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Developing Questionnaires

May 17, 2016 by

Download Now One of the most famous methods of collecting data in a research is via questionnaires. And as the outcomes of any research are dependent on the gathered data, it is needless to say that a well-structured questionnaire is highly important. So the million dollar question is how to formulate one? The purpose of this comprehensive resource is to equip you with the...

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How to Write a Literature Review!

Apr 25, 2016 by

Download Now If you are here, then you must be aware about the relevancy of a literature review (LR). Conducting a thorough literature review is the crux of a research foundation. Without it, your thesis or dissertation will be rendered as useless (like, literally). This is where most of us are lost, lost in the concepts of conceptual framework, research gap, matrixes, critical evaluation...

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APA Formatting Guidelines for Research Students

Mar 18, 2016 by

Download Now Formatting a thesis/dissertation is the last thread attached to a research program. Accurate formatting is reflected in the well-laid down paragraphs of your document with all the pieces fitting together flawlessly. If wrongly done, it can create misinterpretation and render your manuscript as unprofessional, costing you the precious academic marks. This resource is a guide that addresses the basic formatting rules for...

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Building a consultancy career out of your consultancy project

Nov 27, 2013 by

Download Now This is a wonderful resource which explains the concept of consultancy, what consultants do at various levels, how they help clients, the consultancy process, types of consultancy firms, and the challenges that consultants face in the course of their job. The document also gives the critical path analysis and a mind map, supported by diagrams that are easy to understand. It also...

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Aligning the Problem Statement, Purpose Statement, Research Question(s), and Hypotheses

Oct 5, 2013 by

Download Now Aligning the Problem Statement, Purpose Statement, Research Question(s), and Hypotheses This is a crisp presentation that teaches to align the 4 vital elements of any research. The first aspect is the problem statement, which is derived from the existing problems and is supported by citations from various literature sources. The next one is the purpose statement that explains the aim of the...

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