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7 Best Online Proofreading Tools That You Must Know

Category : Proofreading
Date : September 27, 2016
Whether you are a professional writer or a researcher-writer, your writing goals should be to produce a piece of writing which has no grammar, punctuation error or improper word usage. While this may not seem impossible, but it is a challenge for every writer unless he is proficient and expert with all rules of English […]
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The Modern PhD Students Have Modern Difficulties

Category : Research
Date : January 6, 2016
So you have made up your mind on your PhD and you know pretty well that it requires long hours of hard work and perseverance that should last you few years. But these aren’t the only concerns, there are several other problems faced by PhD students and what they need to be prepared to face. […]
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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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Limitations of the tests of hypotheses

Category : Proofreading
Date : July 29, 2014
The researcher should always keep in mind the following limitations of the tests: In the first place, test should not be used mechanically. It is not just decision making tool; in fact it is the only decision making mechanism. Therefore, proper interpretation of statistical evidence is important to make intelligent decisions. Tests are unable to […]
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Doing your research and analysing the results

Category : Research
Date : June 16, 2014
The researcher should keep records of what is done. For this a research diary proves helpful. If a survey is done by postal questionnaire, the researcher should keep good records of who replied so that it is known who should be sent reminders. If participant observation is a part of research, the researcher should remember […]
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Editing and the necessity of knowledge

Category : Editing
Date : June 6, 2014
An editor should possess plenty of knowledge. He should not only be well versed in grammar, but he also needs to have the habit of reading and keeping himself updated on a diverse variety of topics. This is especially true if one has hopes of becoming an academic editor. Such an individual needs to make […]
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