Thesis, Dissertation, Essay Writing and Advise

Simply send us an email  and we will guide you through the process(Go to Contact Us for our address and make sure that you have read Terms and Conditions before dispatching your letter.) First, we will ask you to describe all the details of the text that you would like to order and decide whether we would like or are able to write the text. We may ask you some additional questions regarding the project. After we have received all the necessary details, we will give you the estimated price. After you accept the price and the details of the project are agreed on, we will ask you to transfer the first payment to our account. From this point on, you will usually be in contact with the person who is going to write the text for you. For your safety, the first payment should be comparatively small. Although our customers usually start with £50 or 100 pounds, there is no fixed amount for the upfront payment. You simply pay in any sum you think reasonable and we will send you as many pages as covered by your payment. If not otherwise agreed on, you may expect to receive the first portion of the text (usually 2 to 10 pages) within two days from the date your payment has been cleared. When you receive the first several pages of the text, you will have time to read through and provide us with feedback by submitting your comments. You pay for the next part of the text only after you have fully accepted the part that has been sent to you and when all your comments have been acknowledged. Then you pay in several instalments for the rest of the text, which means that the same process as described above is repeated until the project is completed. Once the text has reached its target size and all the points have been covered, it is passed through a strict editing and proofreading process. The editing stage focuses on a large number of issues, including the following:

1)     The content of the text: Have all the vital points been included? Are all the claims accurate and supported by adequate evidence? Is there a distinct thesis in the text? Are all the initial hypotheses adequately examined during the analytical process? Is all the content relevant in view of the overall writing objective?

2)     The structure of the text: Is the text well organised and clear? Are the chapters, sections, and paragraphs arranged in a logical sequence? Is the line of argumentation clear and consistent? Are the Introduction and Conclusion parts adequate and comprehensive? Are the transitions between paragraphs flawless and clear? Are there any paragraphs that seem to be too long or too short?

3)     The internal structure of the paragraphs: Is each paragraph well focused? Does it contain a distinctly expressed main idea or topic sentence? Does each paragraph stick to some main and easy to identify idea? Are there any irrelevant sentences in any of the paragraphs?

4)     The clarity of the text: Is the language of the thesis sufficiently transparent? Is the meaning of each sentence and each paragraph clear? Are there any unclear terms or expressions? Are all the words used appropriately?

5)     Style: Is the language register appropriate to the content? Are there any informal expressions that should be turned into some more formal ones? Are all the principles of academic writing style observed?

6)     Citations and referencing: Are all quotations and references clearly marked out from the rest of the text? Are the sources quoted with all the necessary details? Is it always clear when the author of the thesis expresses her or his own opinions and when the thought of some other author is being used? Do all the references follow the correct format?

The proofreading stage focuses on eliminating the surface errors such as misspellings, grammatical mistakes, inadequate use of punctuation, etc. The edited and proofread text is referred to as the final version. As was the case with the previous versions or pieces of the text, the final version is sent to you when it is ready so that you may read through and express your comments. Before it is dispatched, however, it passes through a strict anti-plagiarism system to make sure that it is 100 per cent plagiarism-free. When you receive the text, you are also encouraged to make your own, independent scan using one of the numerous online anti-plagiarism services or your own software. After you have received the final version of the text, you have two weeks during which you may ask for amendments to the text. All the reasonably justified changes will be made by us free of charge according to our Free Revision Policy (see Terms and Conditions).