I will unpack your eleven-line sentences.
I will help rearrange the commas you seemed to have scattered heedlessly throughout the text.
I will use the comment bubbles to ask if you think you should consider choosing a different word to be more accurate. (Note: that means you definitely need to find a different word.)
I will gladly accept a set fee per essay reviewed.
I will let you know when you are forgetting to add articles before your nouns.
I will try to gently guide you away from saying that the biggest financial problem the global economy faces is too much power being given to individual workers.
I will introduce you to gerunds and participles.
I will tell you to not capitalize that. Or that.
I will watch my computer’s upper-right clock tick over a couple of minutes before going on to the next sentence.
I will ask for you to clarify.
But when you say that you are applying to a higher education program because you want to “further level-up my abilities,” I won’t interfere. No admission officer can deny the honest purity behind such a statement.