Proofreading and Revising
Wrapping up is the final stage in writing an essay. Here, you need to identify the weak points and mistakes in your essay to make it high quality. You need to remove all spelling and grammatical errors and correct missing punctuations. Ensure the arguments are not inconsistent or illogical. For students, your essay must meet all the academic requirements as set by your professor.
The formatting and transitions of the essay should create a natural flow and not hinder it. Remove all the inconsistencies and use phrases such as therefore, hence, to help your readers keep a decent pace. Follow the appropriate format for your essays, such as Harvard, Chicago, APA 7, and MLA 8 as requested in the essay instructions provided by your professor. Ensure there are headings and subheadings to make your work easy to read.
After the initial assessment, let your essay go through peer review. This is where you give your friends the essay to read and help you make any corrections you may have missed. Make the necessary adjustments after the peer review and then proceed to create the final copy.