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Reasons and More to Study for a PhD

Date : August 18, 2015
Wanting to prefix “Dr” in front of your name may not be a substantial enough reason to enrol into a PhD programme. Maybe even the temptation for a better job may not be good enough in itself. A PhD is grilling, it calls for a lot of hard work , long grilling hours of work […]
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Does the Fear of Professional Failure Keeps You Glued to Your PhD?

Date : July 27, 2015
Quite recently, it so happened that I encountered an old school friend over Facebook. We both learnt music together and today he has a rock band of his own and quite large a fan following. He travels extensively around the world. It brought in a deep sense of pride within me, to know a person […]
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Tricks to Fail a PhD Programme

Date : July 20, 2015
I am sure no one has ever discussed this with you ever. You may have read a lot of tips and ideas for succeeding in a PhD programme. Let us look at it the other way. What actually is a fool proof method or path towards failing in a PhD programme? Sounds bizarre, read it […]
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Sure Shot Ways to an Effective Dissertation

Date : May 29, 2015
If you are one of those who are faced with the prospect of having to write a dissertation, you are probably also one among those who need some fool proof ways to get it right and have it approved in one go. If you are one among the dissertation enthusiasts, read ahead to know how […]
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Simple Steps to a Successful Thesis

Category : Editing
Date : April 14, 2015
Completing a PhD is something that cannot be achieved by everyone, which is why it is said to be one of the toughest degrees to win. There is intense study and research involved in the completion of a PhD degree and the much talked about thesis writing. A thesis is actually a compilation of all […]
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Get APA style formatting assistance

Category : Editing
Date : September 16, 2014
Dissertations are a technical document which requires a lot of attention to details and following guidelines. Right from the chapters to the citation and the overall formatting, each element of the dissertation has to be within the guidelines mentioned by your university. While writing the dissertation, students are often in a hurry to complete the […]
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Selecting the right editor for your work

Category : Editing
Date : August 23, 2014
Although the writer might have done an excellent job in preparing a report or a book, it is the editor who makes it more beautiful and presentable. No work has been excellent without an editor and it is mandatory that a professional editor has to work on the report before going for submission. In the […]
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Tips for Self Editing

Category : Editing
Date : August 2, 2014
Editing your own work is easier said than done.  For those who find it herculean or get stuck with the techniques of editing may end up skipping editing all together or struggling with a piece for hours together to be able to get it right. Certain tips would make it easy to develop editing skills […]
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Common Stylistic Problems

Category : Editing
Date : August 2, 2014
When writing or editing a research document, there are many stylistic problems that need to be explored by researcher. Exploring the different problem areas through different level of explanations, the individual challenges of the researchers could be met with a more pragmatic approach. Some of the common stylistic problems in writing/ editing research is of: […]
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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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