Articles in 'Dissertation writing'

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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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    Top 10 Mistakes to Avoid on Dissertation Writing

    15th July 2013

    Any extended piece of writing such as a dissertation naturally requires considerably more depth of analysis than undergraduate and Masters essays. Narrow, trivial or shallow research questions will not generate enough depth of discussion and will therefore limit the mark you can expect to achieve.

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    Primary research for your Masters Dissertation

    11th July 2013

    One major obstacle can be finding suitable interviewees. Instead of knocking on doors, use groups that are already in existence. Over 50s clubs, mother and toddler groups or community halls can all be possible sources of interviewees. Get in touch with the organizers and let them know you are a student rather than a professional researcher. People seem keen to help students, although they can be wary if they think they are speaking to a journalist, so be open and honest about your intentions.

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    Choosing a Dissertation Topic

    05th July 2013

    When embarking on your masters dissertation one of the most daunting tasks can be choosing your topic. Writing the dissertation itself can seem like a breeze compared with the tricky process of deciding what you want to focus on. We have put together a list of methods to help you work out how to narrow your options down, to find the topic that will lead to the best possible dissertation example.

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    Essay format top tips

    16th August 2010

    Writing a strong essay format is the most important fundamental essay writing skill to learn, as it allows you to structure and present your ideas in the best possible light, in any essay and at any level. This article explains how to achieve a clear, academic essay format and earn the top grades your ideas deserve! Writing yourself a clear essay outline before you begin to essay write is an essential part of a strong format.

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    Essay writing style

    09th July 2010

    Whether you are just starting to essay write, or working on writing a dissertation or a masters dissertation, students are often frustrated by the amount of mistakes markers pick up in their essay writing format because they didn’t know these aspects of their essay writing were not approved of. This post will target and explain some of the most common essay writing blunders to avoid so that you can improve your essay writing style, and your marks, for good!

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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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