It may happen that the project you submit to your examiners after much hard work does not meet their standards. While you may think that all is fine with the project, your supervisor or review committee may find the same lacking in some aspects. This happens because scholars are new to the entire research process and they often do not have a thorough understanding of the college’s requirements regarding such projects.
To bridge this gap between your abilities and your examiners’ expectations, 360 Dissertations has launched a unique PhD Thesis Corrections Service. Under this thesis revision service, we shall make all the changes that are required on the basis of the feedback or comments you receive from the review committee or supervisor. Scholars may opt for this service either in conjunction with other services like Thesis Writing or Proposal Writing, or take it up separately.
In case you are availing only the thesis corrections service, you need to send us some background material on your project, so that we can make the corrections with accuracy. In any case, students must supply us with the following:
- Final draft of the project that is submitted to the college
- Complete feedback or comments that you have received from all pertinent sources
- Supporting material like images and reference list
- Details about desired word count and style of citation
The corrections will be done by subject matter experts and academic writers, who will get in touch with you to understand the requirements in detail. They may also need you to provide feedback during the course of making corrections. The documents to be edited can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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