Writing your dissertation proposal, properly

Writing your dissertation proposal properly creates a very important first impression. In marketing, perception is reality. It is no different in getting your Ph.D. If your doctoral advisors feel that you cannot write your proposal clearly, succinctly and in a grammatically correct manner, then they may also assume that you'll take the same approach with your data analysis for Chapter 4. First impressions can be lasting impressions - and that's one we definitely do not want.

So applying a little humor, I outlined some of the cardinal rules for riting correctly. I hope that you find them helpful.

1. Don't use no double negatives.

2. Make each pronoun agree with their antecedent.

3. Join clauses good, like a conjunction should.

4. About them sentence fragments.

5. When dangling, watch them participles.

6. Verbs has to agree with their subject.

7. Just between you and I, case is important, too.

8. Don't write run on sentences they are hard to read.

9. Don't use commas, which are not necessary.

10. Try to not ever split an infinitive.

11. It is important to use your apostrophe's correctly.

12. Proofread your writing to see if you any words out.

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