Although this stage will probably occur many times during the writing process, make sure to budget sufficient time to return to your manuscript for full scale revision before submitting it for initial approval.
Seeking feedback, reviewing, redrafting, and revising your text helps you to:
Step 1: Approach revising as an opportunity
Step 2: Separate large-scale revision from small-scale editing and proofreading
Step 3: Tap into your dissertation support network
Step 4: Use a checklist of common errors when you do your final editing and proofreading
Step 5: Make sure to leave time for checking calculations, visual details, and literature citations