You might be tempted to try to revise and proofread as you write, especially if you haven't allowed yourself enough time. However, this approach won't really save time and will probably add stress. There will be too many things to keep track of as you attempt to integrate your notes into your own thoughts, choose the best wording, follow the points in your outline, cite sources, and use correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling, all at the same time.
Now is the time to forget about some of those things and just let the words flow.
You should be familiar enough with your topic, after having done all that research, that you can just follow your outline, refer to your notes, and start writing. Don't worry too much about perfect grammar and polished wording yet. That is what revising is all about.
Here are a few tips to get you started:
When you are happy with your rough draft,it is time to revise your paper.See next page for details.