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How can I get professionals to give feedback on a written research proposal?

I have completed a research proposal for my honors program and would love feedback on it from someone with knowledge on nuclear energy and education. #research #nuclear-energy #alternative-energy


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Jaymin’s Answer

You could ask a graduate student in a related field such as energy, physics to review and provide feedback. However, any one trained in Science and research should be able to provide a general assessment of how your proposal is drafted and provide a good rationale for the idea.

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You have a few options:
First you can try to find a student in college or grad school who can help, many older students who are studying physics or nuclear technology would be capable of helping. Look up colleges and grad school in your area, or online that have strong physics and nuclear technology.
Second you can try to get a teacher at a higher learning institution to help either for free or for a fee.
Third you can try research institutions in the nuclear field to have a staff member assist you

Many teachers, grad students and research facilities would be happy to give you feedback as they want to encourage you to enter the field, and having a high school student asking for a review would be exciting for them because it would mean another person is interested in the field and will probably enter the field if they give you good feedback. There are a shortage of nuclear scientists in America, so teachers and research facilities will be motivated to help to motivate you to enter the field.

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Job’s Answer

You have a few options:
First you can try to find a student in college or grad school who can help, many older students who are studying physics or nuclear technology would be capable of helping. Look up colleges and grad school in your area, or online that have strong physics and nuclear technology.
Second you can try to get a teacher at a higher learning institution to help either for free or for a fee.
Third you can try research institutions in the nuclear field to have a staff member assist you

Many teachers, grad students and research facilities would be happy to give you feedback as they want to encourage you to enter the field, and having a high school student asking for a review would be exciting for them because it would mean another person is interested in the field and will probably enter the field if they give you good feedback. There are a shortage of nuclear scientists in America, so teachers and research facilities will be motivated to help to motivate you to enter the field.

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Frida’s Answer

Before a question to yourself : "Want I really this?". Need be a new hipotez -kuram-think. Is there about new think in your mind?

Hello, can you please explain what you mean by "hipotez-kurma"? Gurpreet Lally

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Jaymin’s Answer

You could ask a graduate student in a related field such as energy, physics to review and provide feedback. However, any one trained in Science and research should be able to provide a general assessment of how your proposal is drafted and provide a good rationale for the idea.

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