By E. M. Levy In a time when people are communicating important information via Twitter and the very existence of facts is being questioned, the traditions of academic scholarship, built on the bedrock of logic and reason, are going to […]

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The dissertation writing process is long process for most graduate students. Regardless of the nature of the project or the academic field you are in, be prepared to work hard during the dissertation writing process. Some of the most strenuous […]

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Competition defines the world of academia. Just like in the business world, students strive to outdo each other. From classroom sit-in tests to lengthy research projects, every academic task is characterized by competition. This antagonistic spirit infects and affects all […]

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by Rick Oaks Doctoral Dissertation Writing Consultant, Dissertation Editor, Qualitative and Quantitative Research Consultant Suffixation: A suffix is a morpheme added at the end of a word to form a derivative, e.g., -ation, -fy, -ing,-it is (My computer, July 16, 2016). Suffixation can […]

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by Sara HopkinsProfessional Copy Editor and Proofreader As an avid e-reader, I love to come across an e-book that has a “hyperlinked” table of contents. Then I can easily click back and forth between the start of each chapter and […]

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The journey towards receiving one of the highest honors in the academic world is not one that comes without peril. People brave enough to tread this path will face huge loads of course work, constant work scrutiny, research technique revision, […]

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Research is the one aspect of any paper that could potentially make or break the entire assignment. Done right, it could lead to positive feedback and accolades. Done wrong and you could bring about your own scholastic execution. Okay, so […]

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Rita A. Jonathan, Ph.D. DissertationAdvisors.com | DissertationWriting.com   One of the perks of a past administrative position I held was a recurring opportunity to meet with learners who were just beginning the dissertation process. The doctoral candidates I addressed were […]

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Why should you cite sources in APA dissertations and APA papers? One reason is because it’s the right thing to do—giving credit to the originator of the idea or fact. Another reason is to demonstrate your manuscript isn’t a cobbled […]

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APA format is APA format, right? Well, yes and no. There are both commonalities and differences between APA paper format and APA dissertation format. Both can have headings, both can have in-text and parenthetical citations, both can have tables with […]

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