Academic Writing Review

Submit your academic writing

Receive a fully proofread & edited version

Discover common mistakes & how to avoid them

Use our team of experienced academic writing tutors from English speaking universities to learn about the mistakes that you make in your academic writing and how to avoid them.


How does it work?

An academic writing tutor will remove every error and highlight any common errors that you make. Then, they will return your document with key suggestions on how to improve your academic writing. The key suggestions may include: ideas on how to make your language sound more natural (like texts that are written by a native speaker); any common spelling, grammatical or syntactical issues; ways to improve your style of academic writing; key vocabulary improvements; citation or referencing issues; and more.

Gather an insight into ways to improve your academic writing once, or continue to improve and develop it in a continuous cycle, while you confidently submit work that has been fully proofread.


  • Meet a tutor

    I have over 15 years of experience in education and over 10 years of experience in English language teaching. I have taught students of all ages in South Korea, Taiwan, Jordan, Kazakhstan and the UK. I have specialised in EAP (English for Academic Purposes) for the last six years, and I currently work at Teesside University where I hold the position of Assistant Coordinator of English Language Support. I also work with the University's 'Learning Hub', where we specialise in supporting non-native speakers of English with their academic work for degree courses at all levels. Prior to this, I worked as an EAP Teaching Fellow at UCL and was seconded to Nazarbayev University in Kazakhstan for two academic years. In addition to my English language teaching qualifications, I also have a Masters degree in Education/TESOL and wrote my thesis on proofreading and error correction.


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