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Rates and

Our Pricing System

Academic Editing and Statistics require nuanced and multi-faceted work, so our process is designed to respond to this. Unlike most online editing services, we do not take a one-size-fits-all approach to editing and pricing. Rather, for every order, we make a careful assessment of your document and provide a quote that directly correlates with the actual work your document requires. Similarly, with Statistics, we thoughtfully review your methodology, research questions, and analysis plan (if you already have one) to determine the specific analytical needs of your project.  

We also offer retainer options for clients who anticipate long-term work with us. Read about our retainer packages.

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Our Rates


Our quotes are determined by a based on the particular needs of the document to be edited.  We arrive at a quote through a detailed tally of the document’s specific editing requirements and formatting elements.  We begin with the prose word count, multiplied by the rate for the chosen level of editing, then add references and/or notes, plus tables, figures, front matter, table of contents, lists of tables and figures, appendices, etc. as applicable.  This means that there is no one-size-fits-all price for editing and that the price we quote you is reflective as much as possible of the actual work your document requires.

We understand that everyone’s project and budget is unique. If our pricing or service offerings don’t suit your needs, please grant us the opportunity to customize them accordingly. Payment plans available upon request.  We’re happy to be flexible and work with you to provide the service you require at a price you can afford.

Standard Rates for Prose

Note: The rates listed below are provided as a general guideline. Since every order is unique, we will need to review the specifics of your project before determining the cost.


Corrects only typos, spelling mistakes, and objective grammatical errors. This service is for dissertations that have already been edited and need one final review to ensure 100% accuracy.

Standard Rate: $0.0175/word–$0.0275/word

Copy Editing

Includes proofreading and basic style formatting, as well as improvements to language, syntax, flow, diction, and clarity. This service is for well-written dissertations that require minimal adjustments.

Standard Rate: $0.0275/word – $0.0375/word

Line Editing

Includes copy editing, as well as improvements to phrasing, transition, flow, scholarly tone, and style formatting (such as APA 6th, Chicago, etc.). Also includes detailed critical analysis and consultation on the content and organization of your dissertation. Line editing is our most popular order and is suitable for most rough drafts.

Standard Rate: $0.0375/word – $0.05/word

Heavy Developmental Editing

This level of service is ideal for PhD students who are early in the writing process and require substantive help organizing and structuring their arguments and/or addressing their advisor’s feedback, as well as ESL students or others who require extra assistance rephrasing and reformulating their sentences and paragraphs for coherence, clarity, and scholarly tone.

Standard Rate: $0.05/word – $0.075/word


Basic document formatting is included in the fees for prose editing; this includes all necessary adjustments to line spacing, in-text citations, indentations and typeface.  Auxiliary formatting elements are considered separately and tallied á la carte. These include references, tables, figures, table of contents, lists of tables and figures, and other typographical issues pertaining to a particular manual of style.

Prices vary, depending on the element in question (e.g. tables, figures, front matter lists).  Please contact us and send your document for an exact quote.

Coaching and Consultation

One-on-one coaching and consultation sessions are ordered and billed by the hour.  The base fee is $110.00 per hour; if you provide materials for the coach or consultant to read in advance, a proportionate reading fee will also be assessed.  The reading fee does not apply to consultation sessions which are bundled with an editing order. Discounts are available on consultation packages of 5 hours or more.  The following are our most popular options:

Single Consultation: 1 hour at $110.00.

Package of 5 Consultations: 5 hours at $100.00 per hour.

Package of 10 Consultation: 10 hours at $90.00 per hour.

Package of 20 Consultation: 20 hours at $80.00 per hour.

Research Assistance

For advanced students, we provide research assistance in the form of an annotated bibliography. The annotated bibliography consists of a selection of peer-reviewed sources relevant to your project and 150-word summaries of how each source relates to your project.  Rates for this annotated bibliography service begin at $50.00 per source, with discounts on larger orders. The following are our most popular packages:

10 Source Annotated Bibliography: $500.00.

20 Source Annotated Bibliography: $950.00.

30 Source Annotated Bibliography: $1,400.00.

40 Source Annotated Bibliography: $1,800.00.

60 Source Annotated Bibliography: $2,600.00.

Is your project unique?

Sometimes what you need is not easily described or categorized by a rates sheet. Please call us to discuss your needs and we’ll be happy to accommodate them and provide an instant price quote.

Need a “budget” option?

While quality services do not come cheaply, we are happy to try and match your budget. You can also save money by taking advantage of our generous referral rewards program.


Our prices for both qualitative and quantitative analysis are based on a thorough review of your data. Because our clients often have diverse quantitative data analysis needs, we offer three different levels of service in order to meet the needs of our diverse clientele: Basic, Standard, and Full Support.  If you are unsure as to which service you may need, please give us a call and we’d be happy to discuss your options with you. We recommend you visit our Frequently Asked Questions page before purchasing any analysis to be sure you are well acquainted with the nature of the services you are purchasing.

Qualitative Analyses

The rates for qualitative analyses are based on the size and scope of your project. Please send us your qualitative data and a draft of your dissertation for a quote.

Basic Package Quantitative Analyses

Below please find a list of our basic analyses and their associated prices.  Costs given are for standard analysis of a well-cleaned data set with clearly operationalized research questions. Our basic package assumes clients  have a complete understanding of the analysis they are requesting, verified that the data meets required assumptions, and have the ability to understand the results without assistance. Please be sure to visit our FAQ page before purchasing a package.

T-test: $130.00

Paired t-test: $130.00

Chi-square test (4×4): $220.00

ANOVA (3 levels): $300.00

ANCOVA (1 Covariate): $450.00

MANOVA (2 DV, 3 IV): $600.00

Repeated Measures ANOVA (3 interventions/time points): $300.00

Factor Analysis: $110.00/ hour spent

Cluster Analysis: $110.00/ hour spent

Power Analysis: $120.00

Linear Regression (single IV): $180.00+ $90.00 per additional IV

Logistic Regression (single IV): $180.00+ $90.00 per additional IV

Correlation (2×2 matrix): $60.00+$40.00 per additional variable

Mann-Whitney test: $180.00

Kruskal-Wallis test: $180.00

Wilcoxon Signed-Ranks test: $180.00

McNemar’s Test: $150.00

Friedman’s Test: $300.00

Structural Equation Modeling (SEM): $110.00/ hour spent

Standard Package Quantitative Analyses

Below please find our list of standard analyses and their associated prices.  Our standard analysis package includes all services provided in the basic analysis package with the addition of two hours of dedicated time with your personal statistician. Please note that our standard analysis assumes that you have properly developed and operationalized research questions and data for the analysis you request.  If you need help with your research questions, data, or analysis selection you may use your two hours of dedicated statistician time for that purpose. Your time may be used in phone consultation, to complete additional work requests, to annotate your results files with explanations, or for any combination of these activities. Please be sure to visit our FAQ page before purchasing a package. A partial list of available standard analyses is available below:

T-test: $390.00

Paired t-test: $390.00

Chi-square test (4×4): $480.00

ANOVA (3 levels): $560.00

ANCOVA (1 Covariate): $710.00

MANOVA (2 DV, 3 IV): $860.00

Repeated Measures ANOVA (3 interventions/time points): $560.00

Factor Analysis: $260.00 + $110.00/ hour spent

Cluster Analysis: $260.00 + $110.00/ hour spent

Power Analysis: $240.00

Linear Regression (single IV): $440.00+ $90.00 per additional IV

Logistic Regression (single IV): $440.00+ $90.00 per additional IV

Correlation (2×2 matrix): $320.00+$40.00 per additional variable

Mann-Whitney test: $440.00

Kruskal-Wallis test: $440.00

Wilcoxon Signed-Ranks test: $440.00

McNemar’s Test: $410.00

Friedman’s Test: $560.00

Structural Equation Modeling (SEM): Inquire with our Stats Team for custom quote!

Full Support Quantitative Analyses

Analysis Planning and Full Analysis Comprehensive Service Package $3500.00* 

This package is best suited for a quantitative client who has a solid grasp on their research questions and hypotheses, but do not yet know which analyses need to be done and would like help conducting them once they have been determined. 

This package includes the full analysis planning package where our statistician will read through the entire document and study materials and then focus on your research questions and hypotheses prior to the development of the analysis plan. This process assigns variables or groups of variables to every concept you discuss in your research questions and specific analyses to each relationship between concepts you wish to test. Once the plan is complete, you will have a follow up consultation with your statistician to discuss the plan and any questions you have prior to going forward.

Next, your statistician will go forward and conduct the analyses determined in the analysis plan. The statistician will assess the descriptive statistics, assumptions of your analyses, and analyses. After that, your statistician will create a written interpretation guide, a bullet-pointed guide to helping you understand the results of the analysis in terms of your research questions. This will include the relevant tables, graphs, and figures. You will then also have a follow up call with your statistician to walk you through the results and any questions you have going forward. 

Additionally, you will have two extra follow up calls that can be used at any point throughout the package. Most commonly they are used to ask additional questions as you draft your Results chapter or to prepare for the oral defense. 

* PLEASE NOTE: The Comprehensive Service package cannot be used for the following types of Data Analysis:

  • Structural Equation Modeling based analyses (including but not limited to Structural  Equation Modeling, Confirmatory Factor Analysis, Path Analysis, Growth Curve models)
  • Projects with more than 3 research questions, or additional analyses not included in the analysis plan or those not requested prior to completion of the analysis. 
    • Please contact our Stats Team if your project has more than 3 research questions for a custom package
  • Qualitative Analysis or Mixed Methods
  • Follow up analyses (i.e. post hoc tests, nonparametric tests) or table/figure/charts that accompany the initial planned analyses are included as long as they are within the parameters of the initial analyses and not new tests.
  • Follow up analyses and update requests can be requested for 30 days after the analysis has been completed.

* Please also note that our data analysis services do not include results delivered in specific formatting, nor does it include formatting or editing any chapters or other writing.

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