(PRWEB) July 31, 2013
The rising interest of scholars in research work in colleges based in and around Texas was clearly reflected in the results of the latest survey done by Dissertation-Texas. The company offers research support to master’s scholars and PhD candidates. It has a team of academic writers, subject matter experts, statisticians and editors who work on all aspects of dissertations and theses. The team conducts independent research and survey from time to time to gauge the progress in the field of research and changes in the standards to be met by students.
The recent survey was conducted by a team of doctoral scholars under the guidance of PhD statisticians associated with Dissertation-Texas. It was spread over three months, from April to June 2013. During this period, the team went from one college to other, collecting data about the number and quality of research projects that have been completed by scholars over the past two years. The team interviewed review committee members, instructors and supervisors, as well as researchers for getting a fair idea about growth in research avenues. Another factor considered for gathering data was the number of dissertations or theses that has been added to the online libraries during the period under consideration.
The data was analyzed thoroughly, and results showed that while there was a 30% rise in the number of students who successfully completed research projects, the number of students who took up new projects has also enhanced by 25%. The factors that are responsible for such growth are better scope for research, support from faculty and a boost in career opportunities for researchers.
Dissertation-Texas is a leading research support organization in Texas and has a team of over 50 writers and mentors. Scholars recommend the company for dedicated support and interactive mentoring. To contact the writers or consultants, send an email to info(at)dissertation-texas(dot)com with details of your research project.
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