The main strategy I use for revising a paper is using the Center for Writing Excellence

The main strategy I use for revising a paper is using the Center for Writing Excellence

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The main strategy I use for revising a paper is using the Center for Writing Excellence. The CWE gives important feedback and suggestions. Another strategy I use is proofreading. Every time I look at a paper with fresh eyes, I find errors I had missed before. It might be punctuation, spelling, or run-on sentences. I also take a lot of feedback and suggestions, and analyze it so I can consider whether to accept the feedback or not. The way you know when to accept feedback from another source is when you agree with the feedback and it makes sense to you. When the feedback is helpful to you, you can accept it. Consider whether or not the
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Unformatted text preview: comments have value. The feedback might include small errors that you have overlooked. Feedback is very valuable to me because you get someones opinions and suggestions other than your own. They might have found errors overlooked or might suggest better options to apply for the structure of the sentences or even the whole paper. Feedback is also valuable because they can inform you if your introduction is interesting and grabs their attention. Feedback helps you make the most of it by noting things you have done well as well as areas that need improvement....
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