At we understand the process of writing a thesis or dissertation because we have written our own academic and scientific theses and earned our own postgraduate degrees in a wide range of disciplines and fields of expertise. We have also gained an enormous amount of knowledge and experience proofreading and editing the dissertations and theses of students all over the world, and we aim to share that knowledge and experience via the resources we provide for the authors of scholarly theses and dissertations.

Blog Posts for Students writing a dissertation
The process of writing a dissertation or thesis as an essential aspect of an advanced degree programme can present even the best and most prepared of students with a myriad of complicated new challenges. Our blog posts for the authors of theses and dissertations have been written with this fact in mind and offer both expert advice and informative discussions on writing theses and dissertations effectively and achieving successful exam results to earn that degree. Out of nearly a hundred posts designed specifically for thesis and dissertation candidates, a large number focus closely on the preparation and examination of the thesis or dissertation itself. Some discuss how to read sources and record useful information from them, such as bibliographical details, content closely related to the research topic, and the student’s own critical thoughts about what he or she reads. Planning the content and structure of the thesis or dissertation is covered, as is the lengthy process of writing the document, with individual posts dedicated to specific parts of the text such as the title, abstract, keywords, table of contents, introduction, methodology, findings, tables and figures, citations and references, and even footnotes and endnotes. Several posts offer advice on the introduction alone, discussing exactly what to include and how to approach writing this difficult part of a thesis.

A Free Ebook for Thesis Students
For those doctoral students who would like more detailed and extensive guidance on many of the issues mentioned above and others, we also provide a free ebook for the authors of PhD theses. PhD Success: How To Write a Doctoral Thesis takes the student through the thesis-writing process step by step, offering sound and accepted practices and principles for presenting advanced research in ways that are clear, accurate and persuasive. The book is designed for students whose mother tongue is not English as well as for those who are native speakers, so the basic components and standards expected of a doctoral thesis in the English language are outlined, and the elements of the scholarly citations, direct quotations and complete references required in theses are described in detail. Language matters are clearly explained and also illustrated with examples. Critical and reflective thinking are encouraged when reading sources and drafting chapters, and the importance of developing a sustained academic or scientific argument is emphasised. Working constructively with supervisors, mentors and examiners is addressed as an essential part of producing an excellent thesis, and doctoral candidates are offered advice on benefitting fully from the variety of comments their writing may generate by fostering objective responses and incorporating changes that genuinely improve their work.

Proofreading for Dissertations & Theses
Perhaps the most valuable resource we at can offer the student who is writing a thesis or dissertation is our expertise as proofreaders and editors. We are proud to acknowledge the extensive teaching and examining experience of many of our team members, and we even have proofreaders and editors who specialise in checking and correcting dissertations and theses. Our collective range of academic and scientific specialisation means that we have the perfect proofreader for your thesis or dissertation and would be delighted to read your latest chapter, your entire thesis or any other document you would like to see polished for success.