How do I order a dissertation?

To place your dissertation order, please complete our online order form. Complete the required fields and click “Get Prices” to see our available prices. You will be able to change your selections to get the best possible price. Click on the price and standard you prefer to proceed with (you will be able to change it later). Please note that there may be instances when we are unable to provide you with an exact price immediately due to the specific nature of your order, e.g. Editing, Improvement and Proofreading Services or Software Development. In such instances, we need to obtain quotes from our writers; therefore we will ask you to pay a £20 commitment deposit. This deposit is refundable in the event you choose not to proceed with your order.

The next section of the form will ask you to supply your requirements and select further options such as the amendments period, referencing system, the requirements for the research (e.g. primary, secondary and/or empirical). The extras menu at the bottom will allow you to add extras to your order such as a contents page, an abstract, appendices, calculations, and inclusion of any models, images or sources and ethics forms. We normally deliver our dissertations in three parts (outline, first half and final). However, you will have the option to change your delivery plan to include further drafts and chapters.

Once you have provided all of the information, click the “submit” button and you will be redirected to the payment page, where you will be able to pay for your order by credit or debit card, PayPal or directly into one of our bank accounts.

Once we receive your payment, your writer will start the work and your completed dissertation will be delivered to you (via e-mail) by your deadline according to your selected delivery plan.

In addition to our full dissertation writing service, you are able to select other dissertation writing services on the order form including:

• Dissertation topic and plan/outline – to act as a plan to writing your dissertation

• Dissertation (part) – to help you with specific parts or chapters for your dissertation

• Proposal – to create a dissertation or research proposal

• Statistical analysis – to get help with statistics for your dissertation

• Dissertation editing, improvement and proofreading – to help you improve your dissertation

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