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Thread: Where to find PhD Thesis online?

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02-Apr-18, 06:11
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You are looking for free resources, not PhD dissertation writing service like this http://www.phdthesisonline.com/our-phd-thesis-writing-services/, right? I can’t think of other sources that haven’t been already mentioned. I believe it is worth to ask your supervisor for copies of works his previous students wrote. I did the same when I needed to take a look at original and highly evaluated thesis. Just don’t afraid to ask. That’s OK. However, just take a look at those works, don’t fall into the trap of copying them: your piece of writing should be unique and authentic 100%. That’s the rule of thumb for successful PhD thesis. Good luck!

Thread: Interview Tips

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30-Mar-18, 20:54
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The most important thing when you’re preparing for the job interview is your confidence. If you don’t believe you’ll get this position, there is no sense in even going to the interview. So, keep in mind that you’re great! You’re intelligent, responsible, hard-working and super talented. They’ll be lucky to have you! With such a spirit, you’ll take recruiter’s breath away for sure. What is more, you need to conduct a small research: find out everything about this job, company, its corporate culture, organization, etc. During the interview, you’ll show that you’ve already known a lot which will definitely show how enthusiastic and serious you’re. Good luck!

Thread: Help with Academic CV

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30-Mar-18, 20:43
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Writing a CV can be pretty tough. However, being motivated and enthusiastic, you can totally compose a knockout CV even if your work experience isn’t so huge. Start with personal information (name, phone, e-mail, skype, address). Then, move to education (school/university/ degree/ concentration). The next block – work experience. If you don’t have plenty, there is no need to get upset: focus on projects you completed, activities you’ve done outside the university, any relevant information that presents you as a proactive and single-minded person. Awards, honors, participation in conferences, lectures, seminars, volunteering – all these are worth to include in your CV. Good luck!

Thread: PhD interview - any advice ?

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29-Mar-18, 22:05
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I totally agree with the previous comment. You need to be fully prepared: a research about the topic and project you’re interested in is a must. You need to demonstrate your knowledge as well as confidence and enthusiasm. Prove that you’re the perfect match for Durham Uni. Yes, you deserve this place but your task from now is to convince your interviewers. People speaking freely and answering questions with an easy make the finest first impression. So, do a research and study hard before your interview. Describe your most important achievements, skills, and strengths. There is something which makes you a unique candidate. Prove it. Good luck!

Thread: Looking dumb in front of my supervisor

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29-Mar-18, 21:33
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Dear, it’s a normal situation. You can’t know everything (as far as I understood you’re a student). Your supervisor has an enormous experience in particular field of study and is feeling like a real expert. If you have such a situation, just kindly ask for materials and consultations thanks to which you can fill these gaps in your knowledge. For example, I got a Master degree in Sociology, but I still sometimes feel like a fool near my professors because it seems they’re familiar with every sociological theory when I’ve just got my diploma. So, study hard and never give up! I’m sure it’ll be better with your supervisor!

Thread: How to find out a good research topics?

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24-Feb-18, 12:39
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It’s hard to answer this question because there are too many topics which are interesting and exciting for some students and at the same time boring and complex for others. You need to sit down for a bit and think what you want to focus on. Research can take a while and if you choose a dull, too broad or too narrow topic which doesn’t interest you at all, then your results are meant to be poor and worthless. For example, one of my favorite topic I’m ready to talk and write about is gender and everything which is connected to woman and man’s positions in our society. What about you?
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