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A Guide to Structure a Perfect Dissertation

Category : Dissertation
Date : March 26, 2019
Dissertation, a structured piece of writing is considered as the first step to a successful PhD.  A dissertation develops logical development argument regarding the research, demonstrates if a scholar is capable of identifying his/ her area of interest, manage the research project, and determines if the scholar is proficient in using the appropriate research tools. […]
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How to Proofread Your Dissertation

Date : April 27, 2018
The process of editing a dissertation is similar to proofreading it whereas the later one is not even close to the function of the former one. While editing deals with the content, structure, and flow of the document; proofreading is word-by-word correction of spellings, punctuation, and grammar. Succeeding the process of writing and editing your […]
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5 tips to proofread your dissertation like a PRO

Writing a dissertation is a long arduous process, and without proper proofreading, your effort can go to waste. Proofreading helps your work that final polish which makes it an intelligent and comprehensible piece of academic writing. Here are the most effective ways for graduate students to proofread their own academic writing. Overall structure The overall […]
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How Editing Converts A Draft to Full-Fledged Dissertation?

Date : November 22, 2017
  Editing is one of the critical issues faced by PhD candidates. While the draft is prepared, it presents the rough structure of the research conducted and is not the final picture. Editing is an activity that simplifies paper and makes it reader-friendly. It ensures the structuring of the draft, appropriate language usage, and methodology […]
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Does your thesis need Substantive Editing?

Category : Editing
Date : July 28, 2016
For increasing the chances of approval of your thesis, opting for substantive editing is one of the most recommended advices given by editing experts. Unlike basic or intermediate level of editing, substantive editing aims to improvise the overall quality of your thesis. It is intended to fix typos, grammar, poor writing skills, incorrect references, improper […]
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Can we incorporate old sources in our Literature Review?

Date : May 24, 2016
If a thesis has most of the resources, which are more than ten years old, should it be accepted? What kind of difference or problem it can create in the thesis? Ever since, we know the age of the research is of vital importance in the field of sciences as, here the building of knowledge […]
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Repetition of content in thesis: how to do it tactfully

Category : Editing
Date : April 25, 2016
A thesis is a long document and hence completing it poses a lot of challenges to the researcher. One of the main tasks that comes as a challenge to the researcher is that they feel that in an attempt to create such a lengthy document they have m to constantly repeat themselves and also in […]
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Are We Really Available 24X7 for Thesis Editing?

Category : Editing, Thesis
Date : April 4, 2016
Until last weekend, I used to doubt the existence of phrase ‘24X7 availability’ but as they say ‘a good experience helps in letting go all the bad ones’, today I’m overwhelm to say that Yes, they are available 24X7 to help. You guys must be wondering what I am talking about. Okay, let me be […]
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How to eliminate basic grammar errors in your research paper

Category : Editing, Proofreading
Date : March 23, 2016
Editing, we all know is a task that is as important and challenging as writing. It is nearly impossible to have your first draft completely immaculate and polished without any requirements for revision. The objectives of editing are more than what is apparent.  Editing helps to identify or rectify the content in the best way […]
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The Best Dissertation Writing Tips Ever

Category : Dissertation
Date : March 8, 2016
Writing a dissertation is a complex task and calls for a lot of involvement from the end of the writer. So, if you seek to be focused and result oriented when you are writing your dissertation, these 5 tips could be the best tips to ever follow: Get organised and have a schedule to follow: […]
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