Articles in 'dissertation help'

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    Where to Find Dissertation Help in London

    31st July 2016

    Whether you’re after title inspiration, additional research resources, or simply want to improve your essay writing skills, the sheer concentration […]

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    Writing your dissertation

    20th July 2016

    It may seem like both the simplest and the hardest part of the dissertation writing process – the actual writing up of your masters dissertation is the pinnacle of all your hard work, the final culmination of your ideas, research and theories in one place ready for evaluation and marking. So how can you ensure that your dissertation or thesis writing does justice to the hard work and important research you have painstakingly carried out over the preceding weeks?

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    PhD help and advice

    07th September 2014

    Are you one of the 100s of students in universities up and down the UK who are just embarking on […]

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    Model Essays Make Model Students

    15th March 2014

    Having a large team of writers who represent all of the major UK universities across a broad range of academic […]

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    Top 10 dissertation tips: tutorials with your dissertation supervisor

    13th August 2010

    Due to the limited number of hours available with your dissertation supervisor it is very important to make the most of every minute. This article contains several important tips to maximise the usefulness of the time you spend with your supervisor and help you get the most out of every tutorial for top dissertation success.

    Both undergraduate dissertations and masters dissertations are strictly regulated, in most cases meaning that a student is only allowed a limited number of hours with their dissertation supervisor.

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    Top 10 dissertation writing tips: how to write a literature review

    04th August 2010

    Writing your masters dissertation can be daunting, especially compiling a literature review if you have never had to complete one before. We provide a simple, clear guide to literature reviews, including what they are, what they should include and how to go about writing them, for hassle-free dissertation success.

    It is not just a list of different writers in the field and their opinions, but rather it should give a clear idea of the whole field as it currently stands, describing different bodies of literature providing varying standpoints on the important issues and indicating where general opinions have recently changed or are currently being challenged.

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    Writing your dissertation proposal

    04th August 2010

    Before you begin writing your masters dissertation you first have to overcome the hurdle of completing your dissertation proposal. Whilst this may seem like the easy part of dissertation writing, it is extremely important to get your dissertation proposal right, partly in order to ensure its acceptance by your supervisors, allowing you to proceed with your topic of choice and partly to provide you with a strong basis from which to begin your work. Follow our top tips to masters dissertation proposal success!

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    How to write a bibliography

    05th July 2010

    Whether you are tackling formal essay writing or an undergraduate dissertation, many students find it daunting the first time they are required to write a bibliography at the end of a piece of work. Fear not – not only is it much less complicated and scary than you might think, but we have compiled a list of the most important basic pointers on how to write a bibliography. Read on to get on your way to the best dissertation bibliography…

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    Dissertation methodology: data analysis

    28th June 2010

    Data analysis takes the raw data and interprets it. Data analysis is not only used in the hard sciences, but can be used in any field. The material analysed could be text, numerical data, photographs, audio or video material.

    Before you begin dissertation writing, you will be collecting original data for your research or perhaps revisiting someone else’s data and re-analysing it if you believe their conclusions were faulty. Collecting the data correctly takes a great deal of work, but then you need to critically analyse the material in order to draw conclusions and to (hopefully) prove your hypothesis. This is where data analysis comes in.

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