Answered By: James Whitmer
Last Updated: Jun 09, 2020     Views: 18

When revising an essay, the most important thing to bear in mind is that you should prioritize your professor's feedback and do your best to heed their advice. Furthermore, it is essential that you correct mistakes regarding the essay's purpose, content, development, and organization before worrying about grammar. That is because grammar concerns might change completely or become irrelevant as you correct those larger issues, and often, worrying about grammar during revision stunts creativity and distracts from more important problems. In fact, it is often helpful to seek new feedback on your grammar in an essay after you have revised purpose, content, development, and organization because new grammar mistakes might have been created during the revision process.

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