Annotation and References Feedback
This is one of 6 tests you can take where your work will be graded by an experienced medical writer as part of the 6-Week Course. It is recommended that you purchase the 6-Week Course modules here and review prior to taking the feedback tests.
For each test you will receive a "pass" or "fail" as well as a marked up version of your work with additional comments as needed. You can retake each test one time free of charge.
Eligibility to join the Nascent Medical team:
You are eligible to be considered for a subcontracting role with Nascent Medical, LLC, when you have passed at least 5 of the 6 tests, and you are 1) confirmed to have an MD, PhD, or other doctoral level science degree and 2) appear to be fluent in English based on the results of your tests. Most people meeting these requirements do receive subcontracting work, but the amount and duration of work will depend on our business needs and your availability.
If you know that you would like the opportunity to subcontract with Nascent, then you can sign up for the 6-Week Course and all the tests as a bundle, which is a slightly cheaper option. Please go here for that option.
You can retake any test one time free of charge, but no refunds can be given if you cannot pass the tests. For people who are unsure about their writing ability and/or English language proficiency, it would be better to sign up for each test individually.
Dr. Hitt Nichols is a long-time medical writer. Her mission is to help people with a scientific or medical background and writing ability to create a life they love working remotely in the lucrative field of medical communications, just like she did after finishing her PhD 20 years ago. To date, Emma has helped hundreds of people set up their own freelance medical writing and/or editing businesses. She is also founder of Nascent Medical, LLC, a company that delivers high-quality medical writing and editing services to the healthcare industry. Although there's no guarantee, she likes nothing better than to give the talented graduates of her writing and editing courses their first medical writing projects to help them get started.
Emma has a doctoral degree from the Nutrition and Health Sciences Program at Emory University and an MS in professional communication.
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