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[Student Spotlight] Natalie Mintz and Her Advice on How to Succeed in Proofreading

Updated: February 16, 2015

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  1. I’ve read through these success stories and I’m feeling worried I won’t be able to be successful because I do not have any college experience. It’s seems like the people here have all had previous college experience. I’m interested in investing in an education that is specific for one job. I don’t want to pay a university tens of thousands of dollars for something general. Your course strikes major interest with me, but I need to know if it requires any type of previous training or prerequisite?

    1. The only prerequisites are having a SHARP eye for error and details, patience, and a willingness to work hard. I do have a college degree, but I’ll be the first to tell you: nothing I learned in college prepared me for this type of work! 🙂

  2. I feel as if I’m ALWAYS in edit-mode; which is why proofreading seems to be right up my alley. Currently I’m debating between General and Transcript proofreading. I work full-time and my schedule is already so tight, so I don’t want to hastily make the wrong decision. General appears to be an easier course, but I would rather put my money toward a more specific arena of transcript proofreading; which hopefully will result in a better income. Uugghh— decisions decisions ! :0 But interviews such as this one is very helpful !

    1. It can be so hard to make a decision! 🙂 Have you read this post that Caitlin wrote to help people make a decision?

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