Thesis checked linguistically
Are you done writing your thesis and do you want to have it checked for language and spelling errors? That is possible at Jouw scriptiecoach! With us, you can have your thesis checked for language and for structure, common thread and content.
How does having your thesis checked linguistically work?
Having your research proposal, plan of approach or thesis checked for language and spelling at Jouw scriptiecoach works as follows:
- Using the form at the bottom of this page, you directly request your free quote, whereby you can also upload the documents we need to check for you.
- Based on the number of words, we quickly estimate what the cost of checking your thesis will be. You receive a quotation for checking your document via e-mail and also let you know when you can expect to have the checked document returned to you.
- If you agree to our proposal, you can pay for your order immediately. Our thesis supervisor Marike will then get to work on your documents.
- No later than within a week, you get back two versions of the checked document. In the first version, you can see what has been changed and choose what changes you want to accept. In the second ‘clean’ version, all changes have already been implemented. You also receive a document with general feedback.
What are the costs for checking my thesis for spelling and language?
On average, a thesis is between 7,000 and 20,000 words long. Your study programme usually indicates how many words your thesis may contain. This is often excluding attachments. At Jouw scriptiecoach, you pay the fixed low rate of €0.01 per word. You always receive a fixed price for checking your document from us in advance. In addition, our rates for checking are exempt from VAT.
Want to have your thesis checked linguistically for content?
Do you want to be sure that your document also meets the requirements of your study programme and are you looking for a substantive check? That is also possible at Jouw scriptiecoach. Our thesis supervisors can help students and PhD students from virtually any study programme. We look at your thesis as a total picture and read it thoroughly based on the assessment form of your study programme. We then provide substantive feedback at points where your document could use some work. We also look at the structure and the common thread; is what you have written logical and clear, and do you actually answer the main and sub questions?