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6 Mistakes to avoid when writing your research paper (Part 1)

Editage Insights | Aug 18, 2015 | 26,826 views

Writing a paper for journal submission is always a point of stress. From punctuation to proofreading, from language to formatting – there are so many things to take care of! Wouldn’t it be great to have someone warn you about the most common errors authors usually make, so that you can avoid making the same mistakes in your research paper? John McDonald, experienced trainer at Editage, lists the most common manuscript writing mistakes and tells you how you can fix them.

In this first part, John talks about common errors with the use of numbers and symbols, which can be easily fixed by thorough proofreading.


Watch this space for next segment!

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