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Thesis Clinic launches Synopsis Writing Help for PhD researchers
Date:12/3/2013

(PRWEB) December 03, 2013

Thesis Clinic has launched its latest offering, synopsis writing assistance. The main purpose of the synopsis is to establish a solid foundation on which the thesis will be based. The synopsis is the first step that needs to be prepared carefully for the success of the entire project.

The company employs several academicians who are PhD holders themselves. They know what points the university boards look for when they are reading a synopsis. Therefore, they are best placed to guide students in the correct manner. The service will be comprehensive and cover all aspects of a synopsis, including the literature review and research design. A detailed timeframe will also be chalked out for completion of the project work.

A spokesman for the company clarified the process for hiring these services. The students would get in touch with the company and explain the nature of their project. Based on the field in which they are working, an academician would be assigned to them. Over the course of the discussions, the academician would understand what points the student wishes to convey through his proposal. Using these points the team of subject matter expert and academic writer will help the student prepare an eye catching and professional synopsis for the project.

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Thesis Clinic is an academic support company that has been in this field for quite some time and helps PhD students across various fields with writing and editing their doctoral thesis. The team is made up of accomplished academicians, subject matter experts and skilled editors. They can be contacted at info@thesisclinic.in.

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