Editing is engaging in the actual rewriting of content. It involves the structure of your work overall and the text, and the Academic Style (e.g. references, line spacing, layout, headings are all consistent).
Editing is working on your draft in order to try and improve it. You may have to go through your work several times, checking for different things each time.
Try to print your work out as this makes it easier to see the overall structure of your assignment and you can then reorder it if necessary.
You should edit your draft work in order to improve it. This may require you to go through it several times editing for different things. For example:
1:1 bookable appointments can be made with your Academic Skills Advisers for your subject area.
Students from Ipswich can book two appointments per week (if you are a student from the Learning Network, please contact your library) -
Appointments are scheduled in 30 minute slots.