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Editing Services Can Be a Lifesaver for Your Dissertation

Category : Editing
Date : December 29, 2015
There are a number of dissertation editing services and thesis editing services that have evolved to help students in making their dissertation and thesis error free. Many of the universities and institutes are now accepting the fact that students seek the help of such services. They have set guidelines which limit the intervention of such […]
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Some More Tips for Saving Money When You Are a PhD Scholar Overseas

Category : General
Date : December 23, 2015
In the blog previous week, we were trying to find out means to save money when you are an overseas students. Financial constraints are big time for a researcher and often there become such challenges that the researcher has to forego his research. But you can have a more proactive perspective in this context and […]
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The Back-up Plan

Category : General
Date : December 22, 2015
Spoiler alert! This is not the review post for the movie ‘The Back-up Plan’. Instead, this post is meant for those PhD holders that are looking for a back-up plan to back them up in the race against research. If you are reading this post, then it’s safe to say that you are up-and-done with […]
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Punctuation Rules When You Proofread Your Thesis

Category : Proofreading
Date : December 14, 2015
When I put on my editing caps, I get that critical perspective to find punctuation errors in the documents often costing scholars to lose upon grades when otherwise the quality of their overall work is more deserving. Immaculate punctuation is very useful in enriching the work standards and it isn’t very difficult to do. You […]
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Are You Planning to Go Overseas for Your PhD? Five Essential Tips

Category : General
Date : December 9, 2015
Studying abroad is a great idea for international students but you need to be aware and cautious of few things before you actually step out. Here are some tips you can keep in mind for a wonderful experience. Spend some time in your chosen country of study: As in international student, you may face social, […]
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Writing a High Standard University Essay Is a Five Step Process

Category : Proofreading
Date : November 30, 2015
Question Analysis: In the first step you need to understand your essay falls in which category. Broadly essays can be classified into two categories. Argumentative essays and Explanatory Essays. When we talk of an argumentative essay, the expectation is to justify the academic argument that you are making by using referencing of existing sourcing of […]
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The Benefits and Tips for Using Headings & Sub Headings in a Research Paper

Category : Research
Date : November 23, 2015
Before I start to elucidate on the importance of headings and subheadings, if you want to know it through experience, try this test on a reader who does not know much about your subject and would read with no preconceptions. Get your draft read by him or her and ask him to sequence out the […]
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The Best Ever Tips for That Perfect Dissertation Introduction

Category : Dissertation
Date : November 16, 2015
There are some important components in an introduction which cannot be missed, no matter what. Find here those important components that will simplify for you the task of putting up a good introduction. Statement of Purpose: You open up your dissertation with the introduction and it should begin with a clear statement of purpose for […]
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You Need to Overcome Procrastination. Here Are Some Tips!

Category : General
Date : November 14, 2015
Are you one of those who is overcoming doctoral thesis commitments? It is common to be seen doing all this when you have no one overlooking on your shoulder to check on how much time you are spending on productive writing. But this isn’t reason good enough to procrastinate. It is tough to remember this […]
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Critical Thinking Is a Skill to Be Learn for Researchers

Category : Research
Date : November 4, 2015
A thinking and self-directed person one must learn to develop own responses to other people’s ideas. Accepting other people’s ideas is a careless way of handling things and one must learn to be a critical thinker. Often students make judgements on first impressions or gut feelings but always remember there is a consequence to each […]
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