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Thomas Shanley / £ 35 per hour

4.0 rating based on 1,234 ratings
/ 2 Reviews

United States

15 Completed Projects

PhD

About Us

A peer review is important to refine your thesis and dissertation as you will get to know errors and the ways to fix them. I provide my exceptional services to PhD scholars for a peer review. You can contact me if you need any help.

Subject expertise

  • Creative Writing

Skills

  • Editing
  • Proofreading

Reviews

Johnny Sep 10, 2018
4.0 rating based on 1,234 ratings

Thomas was very helpful throughout my research.

Dorothy Sep 05, 2018
4.0 rating based on 1,234 ratings

I thought it’s not at all necessary to get your paper peer-reviewed, but then, my friends made me realise its importance. And I hired Thomas for peer review. Trust me; it was worth investing in his service.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How to join your panel?

If you are looking for help from our expert PhD consultants, you need to follow three easy steps to join our panel and be in touch with the consultant of your own choice. Visit https://www.phdgurus.co.uk/how-it-works/ for complete details

When should I choose PhD reviewers?

PhD reviewers go through a document and give suggestions for changes but not execute them like PhD editors. Our PhD reviewers will read your thesis/dissertation or a research paper to highlight the flaws and give suggestions for improvement.

How do you maintain international standards throughout a thesis?

Our PhD consultants are qualified to maintain the academic tone. We have a full command over English language that enables us to maintain a native-style tone in your research document.

Do I need to consider subject-matter expertise while choosing my phdguru for data analysis?

A data analyst and statistician should have the full knowledge about the mathematical techniques and the use of software to analyse data. So it doesn’t matter if a data analyst is not from your research background.

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