Linguistic and formatting flaws in your content not only spoil the readability and presentation of your work, but also create a negative impression on your target readers from the faculty who would be evaluating your project. Even if you work hard on your research, it can all be spoiled by a few errors left in your document. Thus, it is critical that you edit your work or get it professionally reviewed.
While it is important that the language and format remains flawless in your dissertation or thesis, it is also significant that you follow the right styles of writing and documentation. Your entire work can go to waste in case there are errors in your citation or referencing style. In such a scenario, you should stringently follow the styles that have been recommended by your college or university. Further, it is important that you make your document clear, concise and logical by structuring your content in a relevant manner.
If there are broken sentences or incorrect sentence structures, then the entire content may not be interwoven effectively. This can even alter the meaning of your text. Apart from this, your work should have consistent a use of formats, fonts, headers, notes, etc. Inconsistent and unaligned content can also disturb the look and feel of your entire document. Thus, reviewing all these types of errors and correcting them can lead to an effective and impressive document that can help you score better.