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Delgado 1 Alexander Delgado Professor Debra Briggs ENC 1102 2 November 2010 Revision Process As college rolls around the corner, all students have to take English Composition, or better known as, Freshman Comp. In this class, you will definitely be writing a lot of essays and research papers. However, in order to effectively create a well-written paper, you must revise the document in some way. Now, don’t worry, the revision process isn’t hard, but it is time- consuming. To begin the revision process, there has to be a paper that needs revising. Concoct a rough draft of your document and prepare it for the process. Also note proofreading is not the same as revising. With revision, the purpose is to “open yourself to the possibility that parts of your paper - and even your entire paper - might need to be re-thought and re-written” (Gocsik). Once the paper has been proofread and you are in the mindset of allowing yourself to open up, then you are ready to re-read your paper. One of the simplest steps in the revision process is to simply re-read the document.
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This note was uploaded on 09/09/2011 for the course ENC 1102 taught by Professor Blasdel during the Fall '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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