Scholarly Editors U.K
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Revision Policy

At Scholarly Editors UK, we take pride in providing quality academic assistance. We are always ready to revise your paper if there are any shortcomings and/or dissatisfaction.

We revise your paper 3 times for free if your request follows :

Out of Your Initial Specifications: Your revision instructions should not contradict your initial instructions. In case our Quality Assurance Department decides that the initial instructions of the client are satisfied, his/her request for revision will be rejected.

Submission: You can submit your revision request through email, chat or phone. If you would like to have your document revised after the approval, you will need to contact Customer Support Representatives within 7 days from the moment you approved the paper.

Deadline: You can request one of our 3 free revisions any time before approving the paper. You can also request a free revision within 7 days after the moment you approved the order. For orders that exceed 20 pages, a free revision is possible within 14 days after approval.

Number of revisions: We can complete 3 revisions absolutely for free and only if they satisfy the conditions listed above.

If your request instructions do not meet the requirements stated above or you have already used your 3 free revisions, you should place a new order for editing/proofreading and clearly specify the changes that have to be made in the paper.

If due to some reason you approved the paper, but still need a revision, you can ask for it only within 7 days after the button is pressed. In this case you should contact Customer Support Representatives and ask for the necessary revision. After 7 days have passed, you cannot ask for a free revision.

In this case you can place a new order for editing/proofreading.

Please note that you have 14 days to approve the revised paper. Time for approval is calculated automatically from the moment the last version was delivered to you. After this period, the paper (or a part of the paper) is considered to be approved automatically.