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Bridger Jones will provide a certificate confirming that your paper was edited by native English speakers at Bridger Jones and, assuming all of the edits we proposed are incorporated into the manuscript, is ready for journal submission. The editing certificate allows journal editors to feel confident that the English language in your paper is of a standard for publication. See an example editing certificate.
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