Prepare your manuscript for submission to a journal with our Language Editing Standard service. Our native-English speakers and field experts will help you with a detailed language check, including spelling, grammar, sentence structure and terminology. All of our English editing services include a certificate to prove that your manuscript, research paper, or other work has been reviewed by a professional English language editor.
No matter what service you choose, Elsevier Author services are always guaranteed. If your manuscript is rejected due to an English proofreading issue, we will re-edit your paper for free or give you a full refund.
Once you finish your manuscript, it is important to have a native-English speaker and field expert review your work. This will increase the chances of your work getting published.
Yes, a language editing certificate is always provided with our editing services.
This service is recommended when you already feel confident about the structure of your manuscript, but need it reviewed by a field expert and English native editor before submission. It’s important to avoid spelling mistakes, grammatical issues or poor sentence-structure. The more professional and clearly written your research paper, the more likely it is to be published.
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We accept a wide range of documents and formats, such as journal articles, research papers, PhD theses, reports, books, grant applications, LaTeX format, and PowerPoint presentations.
Getting your manuscript accepted in any journal is challenging. All of your work and research will be evaluated, but that’s not all that’s considered. The quality of your writing and if it’s clear, concise and professional is just as important.
Our Editors have extensive background and expertise in research-editing and will help you increase your chances of being published. You can count on:
PhD or PhD candidates at top universities
Scientific background with published work
Your manuscript is safe with us; all editors sign a confidentiality agreement to make sure that your unpublished research is protected.