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Are you at this point?

If you’ve ever felt like the image ?? you are not alone. Nine out of ten students struggle with citing sources according to the rules and regulations outlined in the American Psychological Association (APA) Publication Manual. Hiring an editor for a class paper is costly (we’ve seen up to $2.50 per source) and not hiring an editor can sometimes result in missed deadlines or even increasing tuition fees. If writing a dissertation, the stakes are much higher. Most committee members will NOT fix APA formatting and you do not want them questioning every single citation as that might lead to other unwarranted questions. To avoid this, download and start using the APA Toolkit, your all-in-one formatting resource.

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The Edling APA Toolkit Contains:

In-Text Citation Checklist

The APA Publication Manual is 272 pages of reference rules and citation regulations that read like a foreign language to most people. To help convert APA into an intelligible language and help you get those papers submitted, it’s important to remember Gawande’s (2009) assertion: “under conditions of complexity, not only are checklists a help, they are required for success.”

Clarity in What’s New

Our Key Changes Matrix showcases the main differences between the 6th and 7th editions of the APA Publication Manual.


Save time formatting your paper correctly with several “cheatsheets.”

With editable templates, an at-a-glance quick guide, and over 100 reference examples, we make it easy for you to style your academic papers right.