This article will focus on tips and guide how to revise your documents to make it correct. You can also use this on your case study, research paper and term paper. This will help you to easily correct or revise your old documents.
Please always include a table of contents with any draft. The structure of the outline is the first component of your work that I will look at and I will not be able to read much text seriously until a strong outline is in place. It is easier to correct mistakes one section at a time than trying to correct mistakes as a complete thesis. Here we provide a number of questions you might ask yourself as you revise, to ensure that your revision process is thorough and effective:
•Do your argument and purpose remain clear and specific throughout the paper?
•Is your tone appropriate? Does it set the stage?
•Are you considerate to your reader? Appreciative of her level of knowledge/familiarity with your topic?
•Have you given your reader a sense of the current views on your topic so that he has a context in which to consider your argument?
•Does your paper’s introduction clearly introduce your idea? Explain its significance? Provide background information? Attract the interest of your audience? Provide a clear plan for the paper? Present your thesis clearly?
•Does the body of your paper cover your major points in a logical order? Does it provide structure?
•Is each of your major points supported by the appropriate amount of evidence and analysis?
•Do you make clear transitions as you move from point to point? Does indicates the direction of your thoughts?
•Does your conclusion follow logically from your introduction and body? Always double-check your concluding paragraph. It might need adjustment, as well.
•Check for spelling, punctuation, and grammar mistakes.