I’ve heard from many dissertation and thesis writers about what they perceive as obstreperous or controlling advisors, what we could think of colorfully as roadblocks or tollbooths that either block access to success or require tremendous payments in anxiety in […]

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Steps in Writing a Science Thesis or Science Dissertation — You’ve completed your coursework, conducted your research, and you’re ready to write your master’s thesis or doctoral dissertation. Completing such a large writing project (anywhere from 30 to over 300 pages) […]

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There are bad thesis and dissertation advisors in every institution of higher education in every part of the world. Bad thesis and dissertations advisors cost students thousands of dollars, many months of unnecessary toil, and, in too many cases, the […]

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by Rick Oaks Dissertation Editing Services Qualitative Research Consultant DissertationAdvisors.com DissertationWriting.com Editing-Writing.com     WHAT IS THIS? This is a homework assignment that I often use with my own doctoral students who are starting a qualitative dissertation. I want them to […]

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(Isn’t that what my dissertation chair and committee are for?) Dissertation Proposal Writing by Richard Pollard, Ph.D. I’ve worked with a lot of doctoral students over the years and, until recently, I didn’t know anyone who had hired a dissertation consultant. […]

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Selecting Your Dissertation Advisor and Composing the Dissertation Committee Digital repositories, university libraries, academic blogs, and, yes, even Amazon.com offer more than a large dumpster load of “how to” this and “how to” that of completing a doctorate, much of […]

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By David Henderson, APA Dissertation Editor The Dissertation Introduction Chapter When writing a dissertation, thesis, or some other academic text, the introduction is, of course, the first thing a reader will lay eyes on, besides the title and abstract. Not only does […]

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Read Part 1 here. The Solution The answer can be quite simple and inexpensive. My remedy revolves around the role of the mentor. Here’s why. At the beginning of every semester, professors generally meet with their graduate students either one-on-one or in […]

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by Rick Oaks Many doctoral students are surprised at how long it takes to write a dissertation. There is a good reason for this: most doctoral programs tell their incoming students that they can write a dissertation in a year. In […]

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  Hire a Dissertation Writing Coach Navigating the intricacies of any graduate program can be difficult. It’s not that colleges and universities arrange their graduate programs to mirror crop circles, but rather, there is so much more for the average graduate […]

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