Recommended Use of Our Services

Any work created by is to be used for research and reference purposes only. This means that you should not hand in a dissertation which we have created for you and claim that it is your own work. What you should do with the work is:

  • Use it to expand your knowledge and conduct a much deeper analysis than you would otherwise have been able to.
  • Use it to identify the literature which is most relevant and useful for your dissertation. This will save you hours of sifting through irrelevant abstracts while searching for that perfect paper to use in your literature review.
  • Use it to familiarise yourself with the subject area, the methodologies you could use for your dissertation and any issues which could come up. Use the limitations section to come up with ways of mitigating these issues and get ahead of the game.
  • Use the statistical section to gain an understanding of the types of analysis you will need to run and the potential results you could come across. This takes much of the stress out of the dissertation and gives you an insight into what you will need to do.
  • Use the discussion as a framework to understand your results and how they relate to your hypotheses.
  • Use the work as an additional resource which you can use when following your tutor or supervisor’s instructions.

The top 10 ways our services can help you

  • The abstract of your model dissertation can give you a great overview of the study as a whole, letting you know in advance what sort of findings your own dissertation will have, and what conclusions can be drawn from these.
  • The literature review section of your model dissertation will have an amazing list of resources which will have been carefully selected as the most relevant to your dissertation. These are a great starting point for you to build your research on, as you will know the most relevant keywords and journals for your studies. This can save you hours of slogging through completely unrelated articles on Science Direct, Web of Knowledge or Athens.
  • The literature review can also give you a hint as to the style your literature review should take i.e. thematic review or chronological review.
  • The methodology section of your model dissertation will give you a great insight into how you could complete your own dissertation data collection and analysis. It will contain a justification of the method by which the necessary data for your study could be collected. This will be supported by the relevant literature. It will also outline any methodological difficulties you could face, and some recommendation of how you could deal with these.
  • The analysis section can help you in a number of ways. It can give you a great idea of how to present your data and outline how your research aims have been met.
  • The analysis section can also give you an idea of the statistical methods you could use to analyse your data, a problem many students find with their dissertation.
  • You could also use the findings and compare them to your own. If your findings are significantly different, it may be worth re-running your analysis or reading through the literature for any reason for this disparity. If you are convinced that your method is correct, then you have some great material for the discussion section!
  • The discussion section will help you to relate your results to your aims and objectives and to the current literature. The discussion section will help you to bring it all together and give your dissertation the ending it deserves.
  • The discussion section will also contain some limitations which you can watch out for when you complete your own dissertation. The recommendations for future research can also provide some inspiration which you could integrate into your dissertation.
  • Finally, the bibliography will give you a great start on collecting your own resources to research for your dissertation. While completing your research, be sure to keep accurate notes about when and where you accessed certain materials. This will allow you to avoid accidental plagiarism and will make it so much easier to complete the reference list.

Some useful tips for when you receive your dissertation

  • Print your dissertation. This will allow you to underline, highlight, draw on or cut out and move any information which you find useful.
  • Make notes as you go through it, ensuring that you read it a couple of times so that you don’t miss anything.
  • Take note of the structure and flow of the writing. This will give you an idea of the writing style and dissertation structure you should be aiming toward.
  • When you have finished this, use your universities library to locate the resources listed in your dissertation. Read these thoroughly and familiarise yourself with them as they are the most relevant papers for your specific topic.
  • Use databases such as Science Direct, Web of Knowledge, Web of Science and Emerald to find other sources relevant to your subject. New papers are published every day, and finding the most relevant and recent papers can show that you have taken great care in researching your dissertation.

By using writing services in the recommended manner, you can improve your understanding of the topic and of dissertation writing procedures. This will help you to reduce the time you waste sifting through irrelevant resources and ultimately will help you to get better grades. Please be aware that misusing our services (i.e. handing the dissertation in as your own work) could lead to severe consequences for yourself. We are unable to take responsibility for this.