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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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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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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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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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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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PhD Regrets in the First Year

Date : August 3, 2015
When I completed my first year in my PhD course, I took time to reflect on the year that had gone by. When I started to jot done my achievements and regrets, I had a long list on either side of the column. It made me want to share my thoughts with others. Especially the […]
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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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Step by step guide for proofreading your thesis

Category : Proofreading
Date : October 8, 2014
Before you submit your thesis, it is extremely important to spare some time in proofreading it. Proofreading your thesis will eliminate your chances of getting rejected because of silly mistakes or losing out on valuable marks. Many students do not consider the importance of proofreading and submit their dissertation without checking it even once. Before […]
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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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