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Even though you do not need to know a lot about grammar and composition in order to provide "peer reviews" that will help other members, the forum does need some people who know the rules: All EssayForum moderators are professional writers, editors, and educators with degrees from American, Canadian, Australian, and British colleges and universities. The currently-active moderators are Tamara, Sean, and Kevin. Because we have advanced knowledge of grammar, composition, and research, it is easy for us to help students with their academic writing. And we do it for free!
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We are excited about making an education-based contribution to humanity via the Internet, and you should be, too. People of all ages, cultures, and skill levels are represented here, and your help is useful to all of them. Even if you are still trying to learn the English language, your opinion can help every person in these forums. Writers need multiple reviews of their work - reviews from diverse readers - so that they can get deep insight into the art of writing. If we all help two people every time we ask for help, the forums here will work very well. Join us in fortifying 21st century education!