. Dissertation Editing | Apollo Communication

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Apollo Communication has been editing academic dissertations and master's theses since 1999.

Writing a dissertation is one of the biggest pieces of academic work you may undertake. The completion of a master's thesis (MBA or MSc) will entail meticulous and in-depth preparation. This is why it is so important that presentations are coherent, easy to read and of the highest possible standard. A highly experienced editor will work on your assignment and improve its content.

All the effort you have dedicated to this work should not suffer from something that our experienced editors can quickly improve at an affordable price. A professional dissertation editor will ensure that the structure and style of your hard work is as logical as possible, and that the dissertation is the best possible representation of your knowledge.

A dissertation is a lengthy and extensive piece of work, and projects such as these may suffer in both tone and readability as they require many hours of work for their completion. In the writing of a dissertation many topics may be discussed and the result is often a project of high academic quality, but one that may lack readability and style.

Whether it is a master's thesis (MBA or MSc) or an extensive dissertation, our skilled editors can assist you with the development, organization and focus of your project. Our editing, rewriting services are comprehensive and include literature reviews, methodology, statistics and results. A logical progression will make your findings more readable, easier to understand and raise the overall quality of your hard work.

"Apollocommunication helps reduce the stress of writing as I know you will spot my mistakes so I can get on with writing.
it helps to get better marks, not only grammar mistakes are corrected, also style is improved.
Makes my work more readable and clear. As English is not my first language, I don't have to waste hours checking not only grammar but the use of correct prepositions, which will not be spotted by spell checking."
D. P, London