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    Does anyone could correct "Aim" and "Objective" that I wrote for my thesis?

    Does anyone could correct "Aim" and "Objective" that I wrote for my thesis?
    Topic:Project manager challenges in water conveyance tunnel project.
    Aim Aim of the study is to investigate a project manager challenges in water conveyance tunnel project and make effective decision when facing with them. Objective Identify the project manager role in dam and water conveyance tunnel construction project. Project manager importance in facing with challenges. Identify the challenges are in water conveyance tunnel project. Investigate the current successful decision making in facing with those challenges. Improve or make a new method to face with challenges.
    I appreciate to any help.
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    Re: Does anyone could correct "Aim" and "Objective" that I wrote for my thesis?

    Aim and objective are synonyms. There is no distinction between them, even in academic writing.

    "Does anyone could" is of course totally incorrect.
    Last edited by probus; 12-May-2015 at 04:42.

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