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Masters dissertation review advice

User: earlycomputers - 24 May 2017 17:55

I need someone to check over my Masters dissertation (20000) words - not for grammar or formatting, but for structure, argument clarity, flow etc. My supervisor has been zero help and it is because of his lack of supervision that when I submitted my dissertation the first time round, I got a revise & resubmit result after all my hard work. Needless to say, I want too make really sure I have got it right this time. What does everyone else do about their dissertations? Do you just get your supervisor to proof-read everything loads of times? What if your supervisor is useless? I would be willing to pay for someone to give my work a review - has anyone else paid for such a service? I don't need anyone to write my content - just to sanity check what I have already done (on the content said rather than grammar etc). A google search hasn't brought forth much on this front...

User: TreeofLife - 25 May 2017 09:18

Could you ask someone in your research group to read it? Or someone else in your department? That's what we normally do in my group.

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