When writing a heavily structured document like a thesis or dissertation, you may find some sections more difficult than others. You may feel you only need help with one or two of the chapters in your paper. That’s why we have implemented our Chapter by Chapter service model. Why pay for a whole paper when you can pinpoint the exact area that needs attention, and only pay for that? The other benefit of going Chapter by Chapter is that you get to test us out before you decide to let us handle your whole thesis or dissertation. It’s an important document, and we understand that you don’t want to let just anybody work on it with you. Whether you’re trying us out for the first time, or you only need help with one or two chapters of your paper, the Chapter by Chapter feature is right for you!
Here is an outline of a typical thesis structure to help you decide which chapter you’d like to start with, or which one you’ll need the most help with.
Chapter 1: Introduction.
The introduction is where your theme is demonstrated, along with background information your reader may require in order to comprehend the details of your thesis. The introduction is also where the problem you are addressing is stated, along with what your analysis expects to accomplish.
Chapter 2: Literature Review.
The literature review gives a synopsis of pertinent academic matter that falls under the same subject you are addressing. This section will also assess the results demonstrated in the reports it reviews.
Chapter 3: Research
Design and Methodology. Chapter 3 is where you set about to demonstrate your own work. This is where you set up your groundwork for your audience. It’s an outline of the postulate, the research approaches used, and how you plan to interpret the outcomes of your research.
Chapter 4: Data Analysis.
The data analysis segment supplies the bulk of your assertion. This is where you indicate how the information you collected back in Chapter 3 is used.
Chapter 5: Conclusion.
Your conclusion responds to the problem you put forward in your introduction. It takes the data analysis from Chapter 4 and interprets it into an answer to your primary question. Then, the conclusion moves on and considers the realistic implications of your results, as well as demonstrating a few recommendations for perspective related research.
Now that you know what pieces make up a thesis or dissertation, you can tell us what you require from us. We’ll never force you to order (or pay for) more than you believe is essential.