PhD Supervisor – for when you need extra supervision help

Are you looking for extra PhD supervision help. Supervisors can be a great assistance when you are doing your Masters of PhD. But sometimes you’ll feel that you need a different style of help, someone you can contact about literally anything to do with your work, someone who can help you by editing and proofreading your work and even someone who can help you plan your next meeting with your university supervisor or help you write that important email. You may need the extra supervision I offer.

I offer a supervisor service to Masters and PhD students to help get them successfully through their studies. International students find it especially useful as I am always there to help them with their written English (I am also a qualified English teacher). I offer proofreading, editing, writing and desk research help as well as proposal writing and research design. I can even help you prepare for your presentation/ viva.

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Experienced supervision – 100% success rate

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Long-term support throughout PhD from proposal to viva

Guidance, reviewing, research, writing, editing, proofreading

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Fifteen years’ experience

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I have helped dozens of doctoral candidates achieve their desired success through the tough and often stressful PhD journey. I offer a 100% reliable one-to-one service that can cover anything you require including, proposals, annual qualifying reports, thesis chapters, research design etc. I can even help you prepare for supervisor meetings and eventually for your viva voce. Wherever you are in the world I can help you meet your deadlines and submit high quality work everytime.

If you feel you would benefit from having an extra supervisor offering extra PhD supervision help, then why not drop me an email and we can talk about your needs.

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PhD Supervisor – for when you need extra supervision help

Supervisors can be a great assistance when you are doing your Masters or PhD. But sometimes you’ll feel that you need a different style of help, someone you can contact about literally anything to do with your work, someone who can help you by editing and proofreading your work and even someone who can help you plan your next meeting with your university supervisor or help you write that important email. You may need the extra PhD supervision I offer.

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