What does it take to complete a PhD?
Since most PhD programmes are research based, writing a thesis is an essential step to completing the degree. While most PhD students might have found it easy to carry out research at master’s or undergraduate level, this is vastly different compared to the workload and volume expected for a PhD thesis, that takes years rather than months. As a PhD thesis is a representation of the research and subject knowledge of the students, it has to be designed meticulously with every chapter representing clear ideas, theories, methods, facts and analysis. In order to write a professional and accurate thesis, it is essential for PhD students to get a good understanding of the topic and to have a sufficient amount of time to complete the work. However, time is often an issue when a student also has to work or do other tasks. That’s why we are here to help you write a part or the whole PhD thesis. Many of our writers hold a PhD degree and have even taught at universities. Below are only some of the things we can help you with on your journey to a PhD degree:
Before starting your research, the first step is to select a topic to work on. Students must consider this as the most important step as it reflects the seriousness of the PhD thesis and what students wish to accomplish. You need to select a topic for which you have passion but also a topic that is researchable and new. We offer original and unique PhD topics customised to your needs, ambitions and requirements. We also make sure that the topic will be not only unique but also feasible to research, whether you choose to do it on your own or let us help you.
One of the main criteria which will determine your success with a PhD programme is writing an effective proposal. The proposal must be able to persuade the committee members that you qualify for a PhD research and your work will add value and newness to the research field. The proposal must set the aim and objectives of your PhD thesis, provide a preliminary review of literature to demonstrate the university what gaps in knowledge your study will fill and have a clear step by step methodology explaining how you will do it. No wonder many students struggle with their PhD proposal or they want to maximize their chances of being accepted. That’s why we offer our help with PhD proposals so you won’t have to worry about those odds.
Chapter in a PhD Thesis
You may find yourself in a situation when you know how to write a PhD thesis but you struggle with a particular chapter or you don’t have time to complete a specific chapter. We can help you out at any stage of your PhD journey whether you are just starting or in the midst of it.
Statistical Analysis for a PhD Thesis
The most complicated task of writing a PhD thesis for many students is analysing all the data statistically. A PhD analysis involves a much larger dataset compared to a master’s or undergraduate dissertation. Moreover, familiarity and experience with more advanced statistical methods is expected from students. However, not all students are good at maths. Some are better at social sciences, while others are better at quantitative tasks. It is fair to seek help when some tasks are beyond the scope of your expertise. Our researchers offer PhD level quantitative analysis in statistical software such as SPSS, MatLab, SAS, Excel, R, Python, Minitab and Stata.
Full PhD Thesis
Once you have chosen a topic and got your proposal accepted by the university, it’s time to start writing your thesis. You can start with composing the draft of your thesis by reviewing literature and collecting data that you will require for the research. Do not rush to start with the Introduction. Even though it is the first chapter in your thesis, it is often written last. Writing a full PhD takes from 1 year to more than 3 years depending on the programme. Sometimes, the time of completion a PhD programme may be delayed significantly by constant corrections that your tutors will request. In order to make this process smoother, we offer our custom writing PhD services for you.
Editing and Proofreading Your PhD Thesis
Once you finish writing your first draft, it is important to edit and proofread the work. However, this can be problematic if you are not a native speaker. Our team of editors and proofreaders will help you improve your PhD thesis and make it ready for submission ensuring that it’s free from grammatical errors, spelling mistakes and is internally consistent. For help with Editing and Proofreading, email email@example.com
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