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Most Common Survey Errors in Research and How to Avoid Them

Date : September 30, 2019
There is iota of doubt that data is valuable. It offers deep insights into past events and future predictions, making it an essential resource of social & economic understanding. Nevertheless, data can be proved useful only if they are accurate and reliable.  In research, especially in social science field, survey is considered as the best […]
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Know ‘Why’ and ‘How’ to Cite Sources using MLA 8th Edition Style

Category : Editing, Research
Date : June 17, 2019
Penning down a perfect research paper, often known as the stepping stone to successful PhD, is a tough row to hoe. For a research paper to be successful, one must include appropriate content, formatting style, and must be free from all kinds of errors such as grammatical, punctuation errors, etc. In the era of information […]
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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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The Misconceptions of Research

Category : Research
Date : May 31, 2016
A misconception or fallacy in research is an error in reasoning or judgment occurred due to mistaken or false assumptions by researcher. Every researcher must be aware of the research fallacies that might adversely affect his hypothesis, results or outcomes of research. For this, we are here describing the two most common research fallacies that […]
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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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How to make your research papers’ online presence felt?

Date : April 14, 2016
If you want your research articles presence to be felt online, you need to be actively involved in the task of SEO (Search Engine Optimization). By being actively involved in wanting to create your online presence, you are in a position to have a strong academic visibility and better readership sand citation for your research […]
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Should you write a joint paper with your supervisor?

Category : Research
Date : March 31, 2016
While you are still a scholar and doing research, a lot of it will be original in nature so it is quite sensible that you try and publish your work, at least some of it, while you are still doing your PhD. It is all the more important to do it now, at this stage […]
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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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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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How to ensure you stick to the given word count when writing research?

Date : January 25, 2016
If your manuscript breeds more words than needed, you are making a chore for the reader who has to go through the manuscript. Researchers, mostly the seasoned researchers have ample of information with them and   when they sit to write, they find it very difficult to bring down that information in the controlled word limit. […]
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