From Dr. Wendy Carter of TA-DA! Thesis and Dissertation Accomplished

A Good Thesis or Dissertation Is a Done Thesis or Dissertation

Wednesday, March 19, 2008

TA-DA! Online Launched to Help Grad Students Write Their Thesis or Dissertation as Quickly and Easily as Possible

Attention Anyone with a Thesis or Dissertation to Write:

I am excited to announce the launch of a new version of TA-DA! Thesis and Dissertation Accomplished™ today. What's new? Now graduate students can access TA-DA!™ from any web-enabled PC — without a cd, 24/7.

Introducing TA-DA! Online, providing the same great guidance, information, tactics, and tools that have helped hundreds of graduate students successfully finish their thesis or dissertation.

Be sure to go to to learn more about this innovative thesis and dissertation completion system. And tell your friends about TA-DA!

Dr. Wendy Carter

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Friday, December 14, 2007

10 Mistakes Graduate Students Should Avoid:

#10: Not Planning Out Your Graduate Career From Start To Finish

Happy Holidays to all of you from all of us at TA-DA! Thesis and Dissertation Accomplished. We wish you all the best in the New Year.

The Dream Needs To Be Stronger than the Struggle
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If you are writing your thesis or dissertation you have come to realization that Graduate school is unique, a very different experience from your undergraduate years. It requires far more work, more independence, more self-motivation, a stronger commitment, and concentrated effort on time and tasks management. We at TA-DA! Thesis and Dissertation Accomplished created the TADA-CD to help you smoothly make the transition from undergrad to graduate school.

Nonetheless, there comes a time in graduate school when you have to ask yourself “why did I come to graduate school?” “Why am I still here?” “How much education is enough?” The answers to these questions depend on your interests, abilities, and career goals.

I pursued a PhD because, as a single parent, I wanted a lot of flexibility in my career. I strongly disliked being micromanaged and knew that I did not want to pursue a regular 9-5 job. I wanted a job where I could use my brain and where my independent ideas were welcomed and appreciated. Read the Entire Article.