New Understanding Dissertation Writing Through Custom Essay Writing

To have a better understanding of Dissertation Writing, you must first get an idea of the proper way to write a custom essay. Custom essays are quite similar to dissertation writing; however they should never be confused with one another. By knowing more about custom essay writing, the most basic kind of academic writing, you will find how it is similar and different to dissertation writing.

Different subjects may have their own formats of custom essays, but as a general rule, a custom essay is a piece of writing, written in paragraph form. Its purpose is to develop a point or points with regard to a certain theme, question or, what they call, a thesis statement. The points that the custom essay wants to prove should be backed up with well researched information from journals, books and other similar resources.

All the information used in the essay, should be able to support all your points. All information should well analyzed so that each piece of information can clearly state if it supports or contradicts the points or argument the custom essay is trying to prove. Once all points have been discussed thoroughly, then the author of the custom essay needs to reach into a conclusion that will pull together all the points made and support or reject the thesis statement.

A custom essay's main purpose is to allow an individual to analyze and synthesize ideas and not to reproduce or disseminate information.

Dissertation writing follows the same fundamentals of custom essays; however these points make it unique from a custom essay.

First of all, dissertation writing contains a much more detailed exploration of facts and date. These data include information from published materials, like literary text or from data gathered by the author (for statistics and other similar form of data). Because dissertation writing requires a much more detailed explanation, it will also require a detailed discussion of the methods that were used to gather all the information; in other words, the author is required to discuss his or her methodology in the academic paper.

Some examples of these methodologies include a written description of experiments (plus diagrams or actual photos of the procedure) and a detailed description of data gathering (survey).

Unlike a custom essay, that can be informal, dissertation writing is written in a much more formal, almost scientific way. In dissertation writing, there is no room for opinions; only conclusions based on solid facts.