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When would the examiner tear apart your thesis?

Category : Thesis
Date : February 28, 2016
You have put in your blood and sweat into your thesis and you have got results after putting in lot of toil into doing your analysis. But still you are anxious that the examiner may just tear apart your thesis. Well, if you want to be really sure that this does not happen to you. […]
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Why Choose a Professional Editor for Your Dissertation?

Category : Editing
Date : February 25, 2016
As a research scholar drafting a dissertation, you face a multitude of challenges right from choosing an appropriate, unique and interesting topic to presenting the full and final dissertation in front of learned masters of scholarly skills. In this exhaustive and rather strenuous process, it becomes a tedious task to constantly maintain a balance between […]
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What is reverse outlining for researchers?

Category : Research
Date : February 23, 2016
There would come a stage when you have completed your first draft and you think you could organise your document better. Here is a time when you could think about creating a reverse outline. They are simple to create. All you need to do is to read through your essay and every time there is […]
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How to add originality to your dissertation

Category : Dissertation
Date : February 15, 2016
Stay involved: Being involved genuinely in your work, rather more in the issue that you are scrutinizing is the basis for being able to generate original work. When you will exhibit interest and involvement in your work, not only will it keep your motivation level and perseverance high but also help you to bring new […]
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Scheduling styles for scholars

Category : Research
Date : February 8, 2016
Research is supposed to test your time management skills as it is nearly impossible to complete your course without actually scheduling or completing events. However, if you are too much into planning your day, it can actually have long lasting impact on your wellbeing. There can be two kinds of scheduling styles. There are one […]
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Five Tips to Edit Your Thesis

Category : Editing
Date : February 2, 2016
We understand that not every thesis is approved in the first go. As per the latest data collected from over 160 Universities across the world, over 94% of the theses submitted for review are sent back for major revisions. The remaining 6% involve the percentage where the changes are minor or are accepted. This fact […]
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