Consulting sessions include assistance with topic exploration, literature review development and organization, research design and methodology, and data analysis.
Editing allows us to make any necessary contextual and factual changes to your document. We check for consistency in your writing and clear expression of your ideas. During editing we verify sources included in the reference list as well as confirm citations using APA (American Psychological Association). Editing is done prior to proofreading.
Proofreading is the last step in the writing process. During proofreading we ensure that your document is free from any typos and that there are no grammar, style, punctuation, or spelling errors.
What Our Clients Say
Kathy Quinn, EdD
Dean of Students
Maryville University of St. Louis
"I sought [That's Write] assistance because I wanted to bounce ideas off [them] regarding my dissertation…everything about it from honing my topic to methodology to writing my chapters. [That's Write] listened to my ideas, asked probing questions that helped me refine my topic and methodology, and most importantly, helped me make sense out of my chaos. [That's Write] helped me trust the process. I HIGHLY recommend [them].”
Anissa Witherspoon, PhD
Lindenwood University Graduate
“[That's Write] has been my direct resource for questions and feedback about my dissertation. [That's Write] has assisted me in the process through consultation and editing. [That's Write] is pleasant to work with mostly because of [their] passion to help others succeed.”
Sabina Rahman, B.A.
Hazelwood School District
"I learned of [That's Write] services from a mutual friend who suggested I contact [them] for help with editing and proofreading for a course I was taking toward my Bachelor of Arts degree. English is my second language, so there were times when I struggled with concepts that were specific to the United States. In our initial consultation [That's Write] worked to determine my needs and how [they] could best assist me. [They] made sure I understood the requirements as outlined in the course syllabus as well as helped me to organize my assignments."
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