7 Cardinal Sins to Avoid while Writing Your PhD Thesis

Not warming up your brain before writing your thesis – The formidable task of thesis writing should not be started without getting a gist of what lies ahead. So, first thing first, you need to visit your university library. You can also gain access to online repositories. Begin by shortlisting some path breaking researches done in your area of research and then study some well written theses on it. This would not only help you to get an insight into how to write a thesis, but will also help you in collecting some substantial material for your literature review. read...

Data Collection Service

You have your research proposal in hand; your literature review is on its way to completion; and you are ready to pave the way for a successful dissertation. Now is the time for your data collection. The process is lethargic and time-consuming, which at times seems to daunt students. Thus, they often end up in a mess. To avoid that, it is always advisable to hire a professional consulting service that can offer guidance on better data collection techniques and methods. For all such students who want to save time during this process, we have come up with our data collection service. read...

Surviving your PhD

Well, Ph.D can be frustrating and exhausting at times, its nothing new. Whenever you feel like you are working in a loop on the same problem, without a way out, remember that these blocks are part of a Ph.D. In the 3, 5 years of your Ph.D, the time spent in the lab is usually from 9am to 9 pm. Some say that a Ph.D. costs you your life others say it’s just like any other job but any how you have to manage the time you really want to pour into your research. read...

A Peer-Reviewed Journal Is Important for the Publication of Your Research Paper

Most of the academics are well aware that they should either publish their work or perish. You should, therefore, consider getting your academic articles published as soon as possible. It is important that you select one of the peer-reviewed journals for the publication of your articles. Compare Your Objective with the Journal First and foremost establish whether your objective matches with that of the journal. Consider what kind of research the journal primarily focuses on. Is it applied or theoretical? When someone wants to publish their article in a journal, they should understand that journals are highly specific about the subject area in which their articles are published. In other words, they may just focus on one particular aspect of a particular subject. read...

How to Design Your Questionnaire for Your Research

The objective of your questionnaire must be to get maximum information from your respondents with minimum questions. Your questionnaire will be an integral part of your research and it will eventually facilitate your analysis. Therefore, it is important to have a systematic and logical questionnaire design to get the best results in your study. Tips to design an effective questionnaire: Keep it short and interesting – Respondents generally prefer to answer short questionnaires. They tend to skip the long, monotonous or boring questions so you must ensure that the questions are crisp, to the point and interestingly framed. read...

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