Category Archives: Dissertation Tips
How to Write a Dissertation Abstract

After toiling on your dissertation for months, you’ve finally got the conclusion written. But you’re not quite done yet! Before you start proofreading, it’s time to write the abstract. What is a...

13 March 2017 | 0 comments



Transitional Words (Making an Essay Flow)

A well-written essay should flow clearly between paragraphs and sections. This will help your reader follow your argument, showing how everything is connected. However, this means making effective use...

16 January 2017 | 1 comments



5 Tips for a Superb Search Strategy

Having a good search strategy (i.e. a system for searching existing literature in your field) is crucial when writing an essay. In longer documents, like a PhD thesis, you may also have to document yo...

28 December 2016 | 0 comments



7 Ways to Develop an Argument in an Essay

Writing an essay is, fundamentally, a case of arguing a point. But unlike when two feuding wrestlers meet in the ring, ‘arguing’ here doesn’t mean shouting at someone you disagree with. Rather, ...

16 November 2016 | 0 comments



5 Tips on How to Write a Good Results Section

If you’re writing a dissertation, you shouldn’t be surprised to learn that the results section is fairly important. After all, it’s where you present your findings – the fruits of your researc...

6 May 2016 | 1 comments



6 Top Tips for Your Dissertation References

While most students know referencing is an important part of academic writing, citations remain something with which many struggle. Yet it’s worth making the extra effort with your dissertation refe...

26 February 2016 | 0 comments



5 Cracking Tips for Writing a Good Conclusion

Along with the introduction, the conclusion frames your essay to give it a sense of being a whole. It’s also your last opportunity to convince the reader of your argument, so it’s vital to make it...

26 February 2016 | 1 comments



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