The editing process is a necessary component of any compositional process, be it film, music, or writing. Magazine publications for example, often employ a range of staff - from chief editor to proofreader - in order to ensure that content is polished, accurate, and suited to audience needs. When administrators make an online exam for a business or organization, they too must engage in a systematic editing process. When we think of edits, running a simple check for grammatical errors or incoherency comes to mind; however, when it comes to assessment, authors must also deliberate over questions of fairness, validity, and reliability. Due to the importance of accuracy in testing items, an item writer’s work should be subjected to two comprehensive edits - one to eliminate serious technical deficiencies in construction, and a second to catch substantive errors and bias.