Your student discount is valid for one year from the date on which you receive your coupon code or when your student ID expires, whichever comes first.
The coupon code you will be given for your student discount is unique to you; however, we encourage you to refer other students to the program so that they can also receive the discount.
You can use your 10% student discount on all Scribendi services, and it may be used an unlimited number of times while the coupon is active.
You can get your student discount by using the form on this page to submit a clear picture or scanned copy of your active student ID (showing your student number and the expiry date of your student card).
You qualify for the 10% student discount if you are a student currently enrolled at any high school, college, or university in the world.
No problem. Just tell us what style guide we should refer to when you place your order, and our editor will ensure that the style guidelines are applied consistently throughout your document. The style guidelines are typically applied to the citations and references. If you want them applied to other elements, such as the headings, figures, and structure, please make sure to let the editor know that you want these elements revised when you place your order. Visit our Academic or Student page for a complete list of available services.
We can apply any style guide to your work. The most popular style guides are the American Psychological Association (APA), Modern Language Association (MLA), Turabian, Chicago Manual of Style, Harvard Referencing, and Council of Science Editors (CSE). We can also apply a journal’s style guide (just send us the details) or a corporate/internal style guide.
For short documents (4,000 words or less), we offer a same day/overnight service, which returns your document in less than eight hours. If you send us your document at 1 a.m., we can work on it while you sleep and get it back to you by 9 a.m.! Visit our Student services page for details.
It may be that you have the "Show Markup" feature turned off. If you are using MS Word 2010, 2013, or 2016, click on the Review tab. In the section named "Tracking," there are three drop-down menus—they're to the right of the button named "Tracked Changes." Click on the top one. Choose All Markup.
Then, click the Show Markup menu to make sure all the markup options are checked, including "Insertions and Deletions."
If you are using Word 2007/Office XP, click on the tab named Review. In the section named "Tracking," there are three drop-down menus—they're to the right of the button named "Balloons." Click on the top one. Choose Final Showing Markup.
If you still don't see any changes, please feel free to contact us or get in touch via Chat.
We can assure you that your writing, spelling, and grammar will be correct and clear if you use our proofreading services, and our content editing services can help you by pointing out weaknesses in your arguments or areas that require more research. However, your final grade will also depend on how much research and effort you put into your work and on what your instructor requires from you. Whatever you do, though, we can help make it better.
For MS Word files (.doc and .docx), we use the Track Changes and the Comments features. You can access the Track Changes and Comments tools by clicking on the Review tab.
You can use the tools on the Review tab to Accept or Reject changes one by one, or you can Accept or Reject the changes all at once.
You can also right-click on individual changes in the document to access the Accept/Reject functions.
You can also delete the comments with the Review tab.
Right-clicking on a comment balloon also brings up a Delete Comment function in the fly-out menu.
In MS Word, go to the Review tab or Tools menu and select Word Count. If you're doing a word count for an academic paper, be sure to check the option to include footnotes and endnotes in the word count. You can also use the Scribendi Word Count Tool. Simply copy and paste your text into the Word Count Tool, and it will provide the word count of the document.
Please note: We do try to double-check word counts on the documents that we receive, but to ensure that there are no delays in processing your order, please make every effort to give us an accurate count. If there is a section that you do not want us to check, please mention this in the "Special Instructions" field of the order form.
Scribendi takes customer satisfaction very seriously. You can provide feedback directly to us (there will be a link on your order details page), or you can get in touch with us using the Scribendi Contact Us page or by calling us at +1 (519) 351-1626, and we will look into your issue immediately.
No, we don’t check for plagiarism, nor do we write, rewrite, or paraphrase work. Stringent guidelines are required here to protect our clients against charges of academic fraud. However, Scribendi’s experts can provide the professional editing needed to ensure high-quality original work.
Sorry, but no. Scribendi does not write or sell academic work, nor do we paraphrase text. We strongly believe that students should submit their own original work, and students can face severe academic penalties if they submit work that is not theirs.
Sorry, we cannot write the text for you. We will edit, proofread, and help you improve what you have written, but we need a written draft of your paper (either the full paper or a section of it) to proofread and edit.
No, we cannot write the text for you. We can give your academic work a thorough content edit to help you strengthen the work before you submit it to your review committee, but we need to see a complete draft.
As long as you have chosen one of our editing services, we can suggest revisions and help you improve your writing, organization, and structure. We will make sure that you are expressing yourself in a clear and intelligent manner.