It is always wise, of course, to have your thesis professionally edited and proofread before submitting it for examination, as this approach will increase both your confidence and your chances of success. However, it is certainly not too late to make use of a professional thesis proofreader after the examination. If you have been informed that errors and inconsistencies must be corrected before your degree is awarded, for instance, a thesis proofreader is a necessity, and we encourage you to send your thesis to Proof-Reading-Service.co.uk so that we can help you to resolve the problems and achieve the degree in which you have already invested so much time and money. Even if you have passed your exam without any conditions, you may want to engage our thesis proofreading services to perfect your work before final submission. Your thesis is, after all, not just the crowning achievement of your degree but also a step forward in your academic career; as a document that will appear on your CV when you apply for employment or doctoral programmes, its excellence will serve you in the years to come. Our thesis proofreading services will give you more confidence in the work that you submit.
PhD students can risk failure if university guidelines are not followed or the PhD thesis contains grammar, spelling and punctuation errors. Take advantage of our PhD thesis proofreading services to succeed.
To avoid failure and its consequences, send your Master’s thesis to us and we will be happy to help you to succeed by proofreading your writing.
Engaging a professional academic thesis proofreading service is therefore an excellent idea. The members of the Proof-Reading-Service.com team of thesis proofreaders have earned their own master’s or doctoral degrees in a wide variety of disciplines and subject areas, and some specialise in proofreading theses. Not only are they native speakers of English but they also have the inclination and the training required to pay careful attention to every detail, and many have extensive teaching and examining experience as well. A thesis proofreader offers the expertise and exactitude necessary to polish your thesis to perfection, whether you are struggling to communicate complex ideas effectively in English or feel confident about your writing skills and simply want a second set of qualified eyes to ensure that no typing errors have slipped into your work.
Although a degree can be earned in some universities and departments through coursework alone, a thesis is still a requirement or an option in many programmes. A thesis is usually the longest piece of formal academic writing that a student has yet attempted, and it tends to involve constructing an argument that is more sophisticated than those devised for course papers. In addition, the candidate may conduct some primary research and, while not strictly necessary for most theses, may even make a new contribution to knowledge.
There can be no doubt, then, that the content and structure of a thesis pose significant challenges, yet they are far from being the only concerns for a student who is busy writing a thesis. As an advanced piece of formal scholarly writing, a thesis written in English must achieve a high standard in terms of language, editorial style and formatting. Careful attention must therefore be paid to grammar, punctuation and spelling to ensure that information and ideas are communicated clearly and precisely. The editorial style and formatting may be determined by your university, your department or your mentor, often via detailed instructions, guidelines and templates. If this sort of guidance is provided, it must be followed precisely, but, even if nothing of the kind is available, order and consistency in headings, number formats, references and many other elements must be applied throughout the thesis.
A few students will be willing and able to carry out the painstaking proofreading necessary to perfect the many details requiring attention in a thesis, but many others will lack either the aptitude or the desire (or perhaps both) for such work, and candidates who are not native speakers of English may find such corrections particularly onerous. The fact is, however, that excessive grammar, spelling, punctuation and formatting errors can not only confuse readers and look unprofessional but also result in failure when the thesis is examined or in the degree being granted only on the condition that such errors are corrected, and this can be the case even if the content of the thesis is otherwise excellent. Producing a document of an acceptable scholarly standard is, after all, part of the point of writing a thesis.
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All our thesis proofreaders are highly qualified native English speakers. The price is worked out at a flat rate per 1,000 words, so you know exactly how much the proofreading of your thesis will cost in advance.
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Our thesis proofreaders will make sure that your sources are cited correctly whether you use Harvard referencing, APA style or any other citation style.
We are a dedicated provider of thesis proofreading services in all academic fields.
We use the ‘track changes’ function of Microsoft Word when proofreading your thesis. This function allows you to move easily between changes and accept any or all of the modifications proposed by the academic proofreader. Corrections, suggestions and comments are shown in the right-hand margin and are easy to incorporate into your thesis.
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If you are interested in our thesis proofreading services, please send us your thesis, stating the academic field, deadline and any formatting or style requirements.
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