95% Success Rate Recorded by Scholars Mentored by Thesis Help
The company had provided assistance throughout the research work to scholars who have received PhD degree
(PRWEB) June 06, 2013
Adding another feather to its cap, Thesis Help announced that over 95% of the scholars tutored by the company have attained their PhD degree in the last academic year. The company has been in the field of research support since over 12 years and has a commendable track record of helping scholars with expertise.
Sharing the news with the team of mentors and other scholars, the directors of Thesis Help said that the company had provided valuable mentoring at every stage of research to the scholars, and is proud of their achievements. Scholars were equally thankful and said that they would not have succeeded in the effort without the support provided by the distinguished team. Starting from the topic selection stage till defense preparation, the company has provided complete support. Academic writers, with subject matter expertise, guided scholars for taking appropriate decisions regarding the study. They also helped prepare the thesis draft according to the structure required by the concerned university.
Credit for success is shared by PhD statisticians, who assisted the scholars for data collection and analysis, ensuring valid and accurate results. Expert editors also assessed the reports and revised them to ensure perfection. The PhD holders said that they received inputs for preparation of the final thesis, as well as its presentation. Recommending the service to their peers, they said that the collaborative approach followed by Thesis Help and personalized mentoring provided by the experts made the service stand out from the crowd. The company will soon organize an event for felicitating the successful scholars.
Thesis Help offers ethical and interactive support to research scholars. Its services include thesis writing, editing, statistical support and full PhD consultation packages. The team can be reached at info(at)thesishelp(dot)co(dot)in
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