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4 Men Who Are Killing It as Freelance Proofreaders

Updated: August 17, 2020

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  1. Hello Caitlyn and thanks for this amazing post!
    Just wondering if it is possible for a non-native English speaker to become a professional proofreader.
    My English skills are decent, but i am still lacking in some areas in the language such as punctuation placement and such.
    Also, which grammar style do you recommend (the one that is most needed) i think it’s either AP style or CMOS style but, i prefer an expert to give me the answer.
    Thank you again.
    Stay safe.

    1. Hi! While we do have international students, please note that the course is focused on American grammar and punctuation and working with American clients. Some of our international students do exceptionally well, while some have really struggled. Only you can know for sure whether the course is a good fit for you. The General Proofreading courses uses CMOS as a reference, so you will want to have a subscription to that (or a hard copy if you prefer) when you’re working on the material. 🙂

  2. This is very refreshing. I started my own Virtual Assistant business 2.5 years ago. I have encountered more “women only” forums in those 2.5 years than I did in 24 years working as an admin in corporate America.

  3. Just found this post and it was just the encouragement I needed as I work through the General PA Course!

  4. Yes Caitlin those time zones would work to your advantage!
    Another wonderful read. Thank you.

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