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The Writing Process, Step 4: Reviewing your work. Why review?. No one gets it perfectly right on the first attempt. Even professional writers need to look over their work. Reviewing lets you catch mistakes in the content (the ideas) and in the techniques (the mechanics).

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The writing process step 4 reviewing your work

The Writing Process, Step 4:Reviewing your work


Why review

Why review?

  • No one gets it perfectly right on the first attempt.

  • Even professional writers need to look over their work.

  • Reviewing lets you catch mistakes in the content (the ideas) and in the techniques (the mechanics)


The multiple sides of reviewing

The Multiple Sides of Reviewing

  • There are two different ways to review a piece of writing:

  • REVISING is looking at the IDEAS

  • EDITING focuses on the MECHANICS of your writing


Do it right

Do it right!

  • You should NOT try to do your revising and editing at the same time!

  • The human brain can only focus well on ONE action at a time.

  • You will find more errors and create a better final piece if you do your revising SEPARATELY from your editing.


More information

More information

  • Click here to learn about revising

  • Click here to learn about editing


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