Academic Transcription Services
Our academic transcription services UK will save you that valuable time you need to complete your dissertation, thesis or research.
Do you want to spend hours typing up your own interviews when you can get an expert to do it?
I am guessing you wouldn’t. As doing a dissertation or thesis is time consuming and can be stressful. So pass it over to us and you can continue completing the final touches of your work. Then you will receive your interview transcripts in Word format that can be easily slotted into your document. And you can be guaranteed of a quality accurate transcript that will help you gain valuable marks. Furthermore, we never miss a deadline so you will get it back for the date you say you need it.
Specifically, we have helped many students from universities including Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU), Liverpool University, Chester University, Hope University, Manchester Institute of Psychology and St. Georges University of London.
Indeed, we are experts in providing transcription.
Don’t get stressed out doing it yourself. It is a great investment in your future.
We can use templates that you supply or create one for you. Plus, with our 30 years’ Word experience you can be guaranteed a professional document.
Why use our Academic Transcription Services?
Accurate Transcription Services
In fact, we have been providing accurate academic transcription services since 2008. Plus, our accuracy has always been extremely important to us. This has resulted in us keeping clients for over 10 years.
Additionally, we research unfamiliar terms ensuring your transcript is as accurate as possible.
Confidential Student Services
Help on Tap provides a reliable and confidential academic transcription service. Also, we will not accept a project if we feel we are unable to meet your deadline.
Furthermore, we deal with some very sensitive matters and offer a confidential service. For which, we are happy to sign a confidentiality agreement.
Above all, it is important that your academic student transcript is accurate. Importantly, we capture as much of the spoken word as possible. Hence, we will type your transcript into a Word document. Then it can be easily edited or copied into your dissertation or thesis.
An expert can transcribe one hour of spoken word in approximately 4 hours. Whereas, an unskilled typist can take up to 8 hours. Why not utilise these hours in researching the body of your report? Plus, you don’t need to worry about the headache of transcribing. Let us take that worry away from you.
Furthermore, we always meet our deadlines. We will not take on a project that we feel we are unable to complete on time.
In addition to our transcription service we also offer a Word formatting service. So if you struggle with Word formatting then pass it over to the experts. Thus ensuring that your thesis looks professional to gain those extra vital points.
Check out our reviews
Check out our reviews on Yell including the one below from the author of “Don’t Wake Up George Brown!”
“Christine of Help on Tap helped me produce a self published book. Before I contacted her, I was totally at sea with the project but with her support and expertise the book is now being printed. Christine organised the text for me, added illustrations with captions and designed a stunning cover which has impressed all who have seen it. Christine is so efficient at turning around work, it is hard to keep up with her! Altogether, I cannot recommend her highly enough.”
More reasons to use our student services
- 20% off for full time students
- Quality checked for an accurate student transcript
- Never miss a deadline
- Experts in transcription and typing
- Simple template used
- Save time by outsourcing
We have provided transcription services for numerous universities including Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU), Liverpool University, Chester University and Hope University. In fact, we have provided academic transcription services to students from further afield including Manchester Institute of Psychology and St. Georges University of London.