Let our academic ghostwriters write your bachelor’s thesis
Our professional ghostwriters can complete your bachelor’s thesis. In concrete terms, this means that the ghostwriter works on a topic of their choice completely alone. Of course, the author can also support you in selecting topics, but a topic for a bachelor’s thesis must be discussed with the supervisor. Before the ghostwriter begins his or her paperwork, you should also clarify which formal requirements have to be met. These formalities (quoting guidelines, layout, page number etc.) are censorship-relevant and should absolutely be clarified with the supervisor as our authors must abide by mandatory requirements.
After you have clarified the topic with your supervisor at the university, the ghostwriter can start his or her work. He can research the necessary literature and also draw up an outline. It is also advisable to talk to the responsible supervisor at this stage in order to avoid problems later on. If your supervisor has approved the structure, questioning and selection of the topic, your author can start writing the thesis.
We attach great importance to providing our customers with a personal and close contact with our authors. On request, you can therefore work very closely with the author and give him/her feedback at any time on the parts of the text already delivered. If you personally would rather not have a close collaboration, we of course respect this; just how you set it up with our agency is left entirely up to you.
However, you do not have to intervene in the work process yourself. Of course, our ghostwriters can also write your bachelor’s thesis without your participation. It is, however, helpful if you can provide as much information as possible for the author so that he write the work according to your wishes and ideas. This applies both to questions of content and formal requirements, which must be complied with.
Preparation of an exposé for your bachelor’s thesis
Many supervisors require the submission of an exposé before writing a bachelor’s thesis. Together with our ghostwriters, we can create an outline or an exposé for you. However, this type of academic text does present many students with a challenge that should not be underestimated.
An exposé (also sometimes called a synopsis) is a kind of work plan on the topic of the bachelor’s thesis and a rough timetable for writing the thesis. The exposé consists of four parts and usually comprises two to five pages:
- a text that introduces the topic and the research question
- a preliminary outline of the bachelor’s thesis and
- a preliminary list of literature on the already researched literature
- a preliminary working plan and timetable
Just what the exposé should actually contain must be coordinated individually with the supervisor, or is determined by the particular requirements of the university. As a rule, you are required to define the starting point of the thesis (relevance of the topic for a certain area) and clearly specify the objectives of your work and develop your own questions on the chosen topic. In addition, the procedure (provisional classification) must be explained and the outlook of the expected results will be provided. It is also expected that you provide information on your own motivation for choosing the topic and give a brief overview of literature/sources etc. to be evaluated.
The difficulty of writing an exposé is that you are usually still at the beginning of the work and sometimes have only a vague idea of how to proceed. Our ghostwriter can systematically and promptly assist you in writing of an exposé and thus save much time and effort. After all, this type of text is all about a concise summary of the general objectives and working steps for your bachelor’s thesis. The supervisor, of course, understands that the exposé merely represents a first step on the way to your writing your thesis, because during the writing process, you will revise some ideas or adapt the thematic focus.
Proofreading of your bachelor’s thesis
Many students don’t plan enough time to review their work or underestimate the amount of time and effort involved in a complete review. In addition, many of our customers realize that it is almost impossible to correct their own work by themselves. When one has spent months writing a text, it is often difficult for one to see the work objectively. Even obvious mistakes may be overlooked. Writing a bachelor’s thesis means working under enormous pressure of time and success. After writing a thesis, many students often no longer have the time or energy to make the last adjustments to their work themselves and settle for a superficial review of the text.
Spelling and grammar mistakes or a ragged writing style may count as points against you. Many universities deduct points for too many mistakes in orthography and punctuation, or because of these mistakes, they mark the paper worse. An accumulation of mistakes in orthography, punctuation and grammar can also lead to the failure of the bachelor’s thesis, because many universities stipulate in their examination regulations that the work is not evaluated in the case of serious formal mistakes and is therefore considered to be non-existent. In this instance, these errors are easily avoidable by scheduling a thorough and professional proofreading.
We are happy to help you with these questions and correct your work for spelling, punctuation and grammatical mistakes (sentence construction, references, inflection, etc.).
In addition to correcting spelling and grammar, our staff also look for other errors such as formatting or gross content errors (unfinished sentences, missing paragraphs, etc.). However, the focus of the proofreading is on correcting spelling and grammatical errors.
Proofreading of your bachelor’s thesis
If you have already written your bachelor’s thesis, our graduates can proofread your thesis in terms of content and orthography. The editing of a text involves much more than the review of spelling, punctuation and grammar. Our experienced editors check your text for stylistic inconsistencies and formal uniformity. This includes the uniform notation of technical terms, the correct use of dashes and hyphens, as well as the examination of paragraphs and footnotes. In an editorial review, we also check the bibliography and table of contents for formal consistency and ensure that a correct distinction has been made between indirect and direct citations. It is precisely these formalities that are often underestimated by the students or are simply not well known, since at universities there is little value in communicating this knowledge.
These formalities are relevant to grades and may have a negative impact on the overall score. As a rule, the universities or faculties specify the formal requirements according to which a bachelor’s thesis must be designed (citation, structure of the bibliography, formal design of the work); if these rules are not observed, the work can also be assessed as to have failed. An erroneous rendering of quotations can have far-reaching consequences. The numerous cases of plagiarism in recent years show impressively what can happen when quotations are labeled poorly or incorrectly. We work exclusively with experienced professional lecturers specializing in the editing and revision of academic texts. Our editors can quickly detect and fix formal errors. In addition, they help you to make your text linguistically appealing. Intricate sentence structures or colloquialisms are stylistically “smoothed out” by the editors, making your text easier to read and understand. The editing also includes the review of the content stringency (red thread) and a coherent argument. Professional editing not only makes your text easier to read, it can also help to improve the content.
Help with empiricism
Our ghostwriters are also happy to help you evaluate your data and do the statistical analysis for you. Basically, you can distinguish two types of academic theses. On the one hand, there are bachelor’s theses that are based solely on the evaluation of already published specialist literature and are rather theoretically oriented and on the other hand there are bachelor theses based on the evaluation and collection of empirical data. Empiricism means that you independently collect data and information that is understandable and that should confirm or refute existing theories. Data collection is usually done with the help of special databases or calculations that allow the data to be stored and evaluated in the long term. How data is collected depends on the particular field of study; from surveys, lab tests, source evaluations to field research there are innumerable, varying possibilities of empirical research.
Especially in the natural and engineering sciences, data are collected and evaluated on the basis of experiments or models. Empirical studies also play a major role in the social sciences, where interviews or surveys are often systematically evaluated. In certain departments, the collection, evaluation and analysis of empirical data is already required in the bachelor’s thesis. Data collection and evaluation can be very time consuming and tedious. We have experienced authors in our agency who specialize in collecting, evaluating and analysing empirical data and can help you with these questions. Of course, we can also help you with the presentation of the data. We have the opportunity to visually prepare this data and can therefore easily integrate this data into your work.
Our ghostwriters not only help you with the evaluation and analysis of the data, but also take over the empirical survey entirely for you. We will be happy to clarify the details in a personal conversation and to calculate a free and non-binding offer for your thesis.
Formatting the bachelor’s thesis
We help you with the formatting of your bachelor’s thesis. The final formatting of a bachelor’s thesis, which is necessary to submit in a bound or electronic form, is probably one of the most annoying and often underestimated working steps. After the hectic text production phase and the elaborate review of the style and content of the work, the formatting is the last step.
When it comes to the layout of a bachelor’s thesis, there are usually strict requirements on the part of the university or the responsible faculty that must be adhered to. The formatting of the work is relevant to grading and mistake-filled formatting is therefore particularly annoying, because this is very easy to avoid.
We have years of experience in designing academic theses and can draft your text promptly and professionally. Formatting is very time-consuming for the inexperienced and requires a lot of patience. Especially under time pressure, it is very difficult for laymen to create a professional layout that meets the requirements of a academic work. We can create and embed graphics, style guides and spreadsheets, as well as integrate formula directories.
The layout of an academic work includes the design of the cover page, the correct presentation of the table of contents with the correct designation of the different outline levels, the line and page breaks and finally the settings of the page margins and font sizes. This work usually requires a very sophisticated use of the usual word processing programs that most people do not have. Therefore, it’s advisable to rely on professional support. This not only ensures that you get a high quality layout, but also saves you a lot of time and effort.