Next Steps

Most students have never received help with their research before. That’s Ok.
1. Schedule your FREE 30-minute consultation.

We know you have already invested a lot of time and energy developing your dissertation or project, let us help you cross the finish line.

2. We’ll send you a confirmation email.

We’ll also request any relevant documents that you would like us to review prior to your call, allowing us to be fully prepared.

3. Your initial call.

During your 30-minute meeting, Jeanine (our lead) will gain an understanding of your specific needs and timeframe.

We clear the path to earning your degree Dissertation and Scholarly Project Expertise

We do one thing, and only one thing—edit dissertations and scholarly projects, address committee feedback, and explain tracked changes. Our expertise covers editing research question development, methodology, literature review, results, and discussion chapters, and we know most institutions’ rubrics—experience that makes you successful.


Your meeting is strictly confidential, and an NDA is sent upon scheduling. There is absolutely no obligation, and you have nothing to lose. Invest ½ hour and get on to your best life again!

After 15,419 students, 22 years of experience, and maintaining an A+ BBB rating, our teams have heard it all.
Have Questions?

If you have questions for us prior to scheduling your call please call us at 727-442-4290, or send us an email at [email protected]. We’ve been assisting graduate students for over 22 years, so we welcome your questions and look forward to working with you!

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Discover How We Assist to Edit Your Dissertation Chapters

Aligning theoretical framework, gathering articles, synthesizing gaps, articulating a clear methodology and data plan, and writing about the theoretical and practical implications of your research are part of our comprehensive dissertation editing services.

  • Bring dissertation editing expertise to chapters 1-5 in timely manner.
  • Track all changes, then work with you to bring about scholarly writing.
  • Ongoing support to address committee feedback, reducing revisions.