HOW IT WORKS
A QUICK EXPLANATION
- Set up an account. Start submitting your work and receiving critiques right away.
- Do the critiquing school.
- Critique others' work to earn more reading credits.
- Submit more of your work to be matched to readers.
- Receive critiques and pass or fail them according to their usefulness.
- Rewrite and get better!
- Set up an account.
- Start with one hundred reading credits. Submitting work for critique right away is
PASS CRITIQUING SCHOOL
- Learn how to keep the quality of critiques high on this site and how to
help others have a good experience.
- Learn how to receive a critique. Learn to decipher a well-meaning critique from an
- Read the document and pass the short quiz at the end.
- Read the document that best matches given preferences.
- Receive one day per twenty-five pages to read and critique the document.
- Donate ten dollars to charity if the critique is not finished on time.
- An in-line critique is given by choosing an emotion and/or providing a comment at the
end of a paragraph.
- An overall critique can be given in a big picture sort of way.
- Detailed critiques can zero in on problem areas.
- The author has three days to pass or fail the critique.
- Failures exist only to prevent rudeness and are used in a limited manner.
- Earn one credit per document page passed.
- Submit a document!
- Receive as many critiques as the earned reading credits will allow.
-For example, a twenty-page document critiqued five times uses one hundred
- The number of pages in a document is based on the total number of words, so formatting
- Three days are allowed to pass or fail the critiques received.
- If a critique is not passed or failed within three days, it automatically passes.