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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
We offer a complete service package for PhD students and other researchers. Please find below a list of our services for your information:a. PhD Admission Support – CV, Academic Essays, Personal Statement or Statement of Purpose
b. PhD Thesis Writing – We help PhD students with writing up various chapters of their PhD thesis or dissertation. This could range from ‘Abstract’ to ‘Introduction’ to ‘Literature Review’ to ‘Methodology’ to ‘Data Analysis’ to ‘Results’ to ‘Discussion’ to ‘Conclusion’
c. PhD Thesis Editing – Our editing services for PhD thesis or dissertation range from 'Copy editing' to 'Line editing' to 'Heavy/Developmental editing'
d. PhD Thesis Proofreading – As part of this service, any mistake related to grammar, spelling, word-use, repetition and tone inside the final draft for your PhD thesis or dissertation is taken care of
e. PhD Data Analysis – We engage in both qualitative and quantitative data analysis using a number of software packages, including but not limited to SPSS, R, Stata, NViVo
f. PhD Research Publication – Research, editing and proofreading assistance for publication of research papers in a number of journals
g. Support for Master-level researchers – While our esteemed writers are mainly dedicated to serving PhD researchers, we also help Master-level researchers with their academic needs pertaining to Statement of Purpose, Writing Sample, Personal Statement, Academic Essays, Curriculum Vitae, Coursework, Case-study, Report Writing, Exam notes, Presentation, Dissertation and Data Analysis
Firstly, we request you to send us your enquiry via the contact form on our website or email. Within 24 business hours, one of our customer service specialists gets back to you with an introductory email wherein we ask for more information to determine the actual volume of work that you wish to assign. As you respond to our email with all the requested details, we analyse the information and come up with a price quotation and a deadline (with a waiting period).
Since we only work with university lecturers, senior lecturers and professors, our availability for any piece of academic work is very limited or scarce. Owing to the same reason, we can only work for a limited number of clients at any given point in time. In case all of our esteemed writers are booked, we do not accept any new order unless the client agrees to wait for a certain period of time before his/her work can be handled by a native English-speaking expert.
Once the client has agreed to the scope of work, price quotation and deadline (with the waiting period, if applicable at that time), we instruct our finance team to proceed with issuing PayPal invoice. Once the client has made the required payment toward our PayPal invoice using his debit card, credit card, bank account or PayPal account, his or her research project is then assigned to a lecturer, a senior lecturer or a professor (depending on the client’s choice).
In the end, the completed draft is delivered to the client on or before the agreed deadline.
As a PhD student or researcher, you must be aware that one has to write a chapter of one’s PhD thesis or dissertation first, then submit the same to one’s supervisor/s for feedback and eventually amend the draft in line with supervisors’ comments/feedback in a meticulous manner before moving on to the next chapter or part of one’s research paper.
This process of writing a draft, seeking feedback on the same and revising the PhD draft per the feedback goes on until you have graduated.
It is worth noting that no matter how well you have drafted any chapter of your PhD thesis or dissertation, your supervisor would ask you to revise it in line with his feedback before the chapter is approved. Additionally, revision in relation to a specific chapter can be requested for several times (not just once) by a supervisor before you are allowed to move on to the next one.
Several requests for revision of a chapter of your PhD thesis or dissertation do not mean that the specific chapter was not drafted or revised appropriately the first time. Rather, it could mean that the draft fell short of the unsaid expectations of your supervisor. Let us say, for example, that your supervisor requested for your literature review draft to be more critical. As a result, you go digging into more references around your research question/s with a view to developing arguments that reflect your critical thinking ability. Once you submit the revised draft to your supervisor for approval, you get to hear from the supervisor that your draft is more critical than before. However, the draft does not contain a specific reference (e.g a book or a journal article) which, according to him or her, is something that must be discussed in your literature review. Had the supervisor told you about this expectation clearly in the first instance, it would have saved you the need for second revision.
So, you must understand that you cannot write a draft that is approved by your supervisor in the very first instance and that amendments are part and partial of your journey as a PhD student or researcher.
Even though various chapters of your PhD thesis or dissertation are drafted or edited by our native English-speaking team of UK-university faculty members (i.e. senior lecturers and professors), the drafts are often returned to us with a request for revision. It is not because we did something wrong. Rather, it is because the supervisor/s wanted something specific that was not shared with us at the time of booking the order. While we do provide small amendments for free, any major amendment request is often charged for.
When it comes to dealing with amendment requests, we follow a fair and simple rule, i.e. small amendments are always free, but loss shall be borne by the person who makes mistakes. If the mistake is ours, we'll provide free amendments, but a student will have to pay for amendments resulting from his/her mistakes”. Please feel free to check out our amendment rules in detail.
We, at UK Dissertation Writers, take privacy and confidentiality of client information very seriously. Therefore, never do we disclose any information or detail of your order to any third party. However, we do not assume the responsibility for the content of any attachments and any personal information they may contain. Before you share any file with us, please make sure to remove all personal details from the same.
Additionally, we do not establish any contact over the phone with students as this step ensures that their identities are hidden all the time. Instead of telephonic conversations, we strictly stick to email communications, so as to keep our clients safe from unwanted troubles and provide them with the best experience possible.
What makes us unique and gives us an edge over the competition is the fact that we only work with native English-speaking UK-university faculty members (i.e. lecturers, senior lecturers and professors). This distinguished advantage of ours always translates into plagiarism-free academic drafts that are produced in perfect English language and that meet all of our clients’ instructions meticulously.
Additionally, we understand how important a deadline is in the life of a student. Hence, we always deliver our work on or before the mutually-agreed deadlines.
Lastly, unlike many of our competitors that draw their references from Wikipedia or any other unauthentic/non-reliable source of information, our elite team of writers always pulls recent and authentic references from a wide range of well-known academic databases, including but not limited to Business Source Premier, Emerald, IBIS World, Nexis UK and Web of Knowledge.
Your academic research papers will be drafted, edited and proofread by none other than native English speakers that, besides working with UK Dissertation Writers, are also employed as faculty members across a number of reputed universities in the UK. Since most of our esteemed writers and editors supervise PhD students at their respective universities, they know exactly what is required when it comes to drafting or editing any research paper to meet high-level PhD standards. Hence, you can expect the quality of our drafts to be simply impeccable.
Your PhD thesis or dissertation or any research paper is always drafted or edited in line with your instructions in a meticulous manner, thereby reducing the need for revision or amendment to a great degree.
We provide small amendments for free.
Once a deadline for delivering an academic draft has been mutually agreed to, we move heaven and earth to honour the same. Hence, you will always have your work delivered on or before the agreed deadline and that you would not miss any of your previously-scheduled meetings with your supervisor due to lack of research insights.
We maintain confidentiality at its best. We never ask for the telephone number or other personal details from students. We don't give an option for telephonic communication so as to leave no scope for the revelation of any student's identity. The only mode of communication between the students and UK DISSERTATION WRITERS is 'EMAIL' communication. Our adherence to strict privacy and confidentiality policy keeps our clients safe from unnecessary troubles and allows us to be more efficient at handling clients' queries, requests and concerns.
Because we work with university lecturers, senior lecturers and professors whose availability is scarce, our work capacity is limited. Therefore, we only accept a limited number of clients at any given point in time in order to produce top-quality drafts (meeting all of the clients’ specifications/instructions meticulously) and deliver the same on or before the mutually-agreed deadlines.
So, if you are a PhD student or any other researcher who is in hurry and needs any piece of research work to be done faster while we are operating at full capacity, we might not be a suitable choice for you. Just to earn some extra money, we cannot compromise on either quality of work or deadline for any of our existing clients. We can accommodate any new piece of work into our schedule only after we have completed the existing volume of work.