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If we’re honest, proofreading is a routine and uninteresting job. After giving time to trying as hard as you can to produce some significant writing, you need to reread it to check carefully for grammar and punctuation errors.
Although it’s monotonous and taxing, it is also crucial. Use the proofreading tips below to move on without complaining:
1. Concentrate directly and steadily
Although this is glaringly apparent, it has to be stressed. Unplug the TV, sign out of your Facebook account and eliminate any other potential diversions. Since you have to proofread, you need to do it quickly, directly, and accurately. You need complete engagement for this. Only your total concentration will give you a chance to complete the job faster and with less suffering.