Be Effective in What You Write

When you have a dissertation or a research to submit, you are bound to get the submission jitters and in the nervousness of what may happen, you may lose out on what you have in your control. If you start writing, make sure you concentrate on your goal and give the best possible writing effort. Here are some tips to show you how you can get better at your effort.

Stick to a style: Choose a style of explanation and stick to that pattern. Using more than one style will lead to an ineffective writing and the evaluator may find it tedious to go through your work.

Keep it error free: A write up that is free of errors is bound to gather more interest than one that is not edited and has grammatical or spelling mistakes.

Be informative: If your writing is informative and adds value to the knowledge of the reader it may be said to be a good read, otherwise it may just get dumped as another mediocre work. If you need to make your work stand out, you need to put effort in what you write.

Follow format and aesthetics: When you are writing a dissertation or manuscript work, the only thing that really makes it work is writing in a good format and making it descriptive for the readers. If the write up is bland and does not follow a format, you may be doing it all wrong.

While it is natural for you to take care in your effort and make sure that all the information you write are accurate and that all your spellings and grammatical errors are corrected, it still makes sense to have it checked and edited by someone who knows the job. It is always better to be safe than to be sorry.

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Puneet Chadha
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Puneet Chadha is the first generation entrepreneur and have founded companies like ELK Education Consultants Pvt Ltd and EMarketz India Pvt Ltd. He is keenly interested in doctorate research assistance, open access journals, digital marketing and web technology. He has mentored over 120 PhD candidates in US and Canada in the last five years. He is a renowned speaker on digital marketing and open access research publishing and has attended 50 workshops on these themes.

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