Three-structure Interviews: Structure, Length and Spacing...

A three-structure interview must take in three stages: semi-structured, unstructured and narrative interview. Three categories are not interchangeable, and hence it is crucial that you respect the structure of the interview. Structure It is not surprising that participants will narrate a story about their present experience in the context of a topic. You may be tempted to be all ears to comprehend their experience, but this should be followed in the second stage of the interview. If you do not keep yourself from carrying it on, it will deteriorate the focus of your interview and the sense of purpose. read...

Spoiler Alert! Know the key secrets to outstanding oral research presentation at conferences...

Writing, submitting and defending your research paper are the biggest challenges you have to overcome to accomplish your PhD degree. However, merely presenting your research in front of your peers or your internal review committee wouldn’t add much value to your academic career. To be recognised as a professional researcher and to showcase your study, you must present your paper in academic conferences or seminars. read...

5 handy tips for mapping your way to a perfect dissertation...

A dissertation is a milestone in your research journey (and academic career). To accomplish a research journey, it is mandatory to craft a great dissertation, and by great we mean that it must explore the subject in-depth and demonstrate your capability to research the chosen topic. However, one cannot deny the fact that writing a dissertation is not as easy as pie. It is a time-consuming and tautness task which demands your complete attention. But it is obvious that completing the dissertation without going through this phase is next to impossible. To make every struggling scholar’s life easy, with the help of experienced team proffering proposal development service in UK, we have come up with a few simple tips to complete the dissertation like a pro. read...

Revising and editing your thesis; Is it important?...

Are you giving enough time to the editing and revision of your thesis? If the answer is ‘No’, you need to act right now! Revision is the last step in your thesis, but the most important one. Giving a second pair of eyes to your academic document can do wonders, and save you from blaring blunders.  Imagine sending your thesis to the mentor(s) without editing and proofreading it. It will be nothing more than a clumsily written paper with lots of grammatical mistakes which may lead to a simple rejection. Typos will never take your thesis in the right direction. Hence, make sure to revise and edit your writing to avoid any pesky little mistakes from downplaying your research work.  read...

Steps for Editing Process of your Manuscript...

Manuscript reflects knowledge and ability of a scholar to gather the relevant sources. Before submitting your manuscript to a high impact journal, you should take a look at it thoroughly. Look out for text improvement, a list of references, keywords, citations, and the layout. Some common reasons resulting in manuscript rejection by journals are grammatical errors, improper sentence structure formation, lack of logical flow, plagiarism, etc. Try to improve those areas where you find flaws, or where you think that your paper needs slight improvement. As you improve your manuscript, you will be satisfied with it. read...

How to Stay Motivated during PhD...

“How to maintain PhD motivation?” This is a very common question asked by many PhD scholars. Below is an email from a PhD scholar that I am sharing with you.  Hi, I’m doing a PhD from Durham University. I was extremely excited until I went through intense pressure. Now I am losing interest. I find it back-breaking. Intensive research and writing a thesis is seriously a herculean task. I don’t get time, and perhaps I don’t know the ways to do it in a more efficient manner. My researchers have suggested several tips to finish my project calmly in time, but I don’t achieve the desired results. I am extremely depressed now. I feel like I can never have a PhD title.  read...

Best Practices For Your Doctoral Committee Meeting for PhD Thesis...

Scheduling a proposal meeting involves (1) Finding a date and time acceptable to all committee members, (2) Selecting an appropriate and convenient location for the meeting , and (3) reserving the meeting room. To ensure that committee members have adequate time to review your proposal before the meeting, it is preferable that they receive a final draft at least two weeks prior to the meeting. This draft should incorporate all of their ideas and recommendations for change. It should also be a high quality document-clean, accurate and complete. read...
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