Traditionally, an author's text is copy-edited (see FAQs: Copy-editing), typeset by a typesetter and then printed. 'Proofreading' in this instance means reading the results of the typesetter's work a proof and comparing it to the edited manuscript, ensuring that the editorial marks made by the copy-editor have been followed by the typesetter.

These days, however, proofreading is often performed 'blind' that is, the proof is read on its own merits, without the edited manuscript being available to the proofreader. And the medium on which the text will ultimately be seen may not be paper but a computer screen.

In all these cases, the proofreader reads the proof for consistency in usage and layout, for accuracy in the text and references and for typesetting errors. However, the proofreader is acting only as a quality check, making sure that the copy-editor or typesetter has not missed something. He or she is not responsible for overall consistency and accuracy. The terms of reference for a proofreader from a client should be agreed by both parties before the work is carried out. At Proofreading, we help writers reach their highest potential. Our main aim is to help someone in a developing country express himself or herself clearly in English, ensures that the work will be judged on merit, not linguistic issues.

The dissertation research on the structure consists of three parts: introduction, main body and conclusion, each of which carries its meaning. So, if in the main part of the thesis describes the whole course of the study, from the analysis of the issue to the test of practical application of the author's ideas are described in the conclusion of the author, and recommendations for their use received personally, all the main characteristics of the research in the introduction to the thesis presented. These basic characteristics must be fully qualified to show the author as a scientific researcher, ready to pose and solve scientific problems that have scientific and practical value, but also to prove compliance of the requirements of WAC to dissertations.

The relevance of the research, being on the one hand characteristic of the modern state in the thesis investigated the matter and the need to resolve urgent problems, the other author characterized as a scientific researcher, able to independently demonstrate and articulate the essence of the research problem and its practical importance for sectors of our economy. Urgency is the basis for the formulation of objectives and the subject of research, as well as the objectives of the study and sequence of their decision. Typically, in the preparation of relevance are on the way from the general to the particular, linking this path with the name of the thesis. That is, first, a brief description of the sector for which to solve scientific problems. Among the problems facing the industry, according to the author stands out the most significant, is characterized by efficiency in the successful solution of the problem, address the causes of the problem, and then concludes that the relevance of the issue being addressed.

Thus, as a result of the analysis of the relevance of the theme of the work is determined by the object and subject of research, and the formulation of the object and subject of the study should be in harmony with the theme of the dissertation. To determine the goals and objectives of the study further analyzes the scientific works of domestic and foreign authors on the topic of the dissertation. Researchers are grouped into groups of the issues, which according to the author worked enough in their work, and then formulated the need for further scientific research in this direction.