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I send my Ph.D. thesis to my supervisor, he replied on me after only one day(my thesis is 130 pages)told me that your thesis is OK and you can submit.He did not do any correction or comments!! does this happen?is it normal? I'm so happy, but also I am surprising Good thing to mention here that my thesis is edited by a native speaker person before I send.But still, I can't believe what happened?even my thesis is not editted to a be ready for print out

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    This does sound like it should be a cause for concern, but some context would help. Is this a first draft? Does this thesis contain work that's already been peer reviewed? Do you have another supervisor who's also read it? Are you rushing to a deadline? I could go on... – Ian_Fin Oct 26 '16 at 15:16
  • Im rushing in deadline but i did not put pressure on my supervisor.I told him its better if you can finish it before xx date.Part of this thesis was published in a paper.One of my supervisor(not on the same field) have quick look to it and edited some issues in case of grammers but not scientifically – Martin Oct 26 '16 at 15:35
  • But in this case: its impossible that the supervisor tell its OK you can submit without read it?if something wrong then he will not tell that? – Martin Oct 26 '16 at 15:37
  • How do you know he didn't read it? There may be reasons why your supervisor would tell you to submit without suggesting alterations, but it would depend on your situation, and you describe very little about your situation – Ian_Fin Oct 26 '16 at 15:41
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    Sometimes supervisors (advisors) for thesis will want to nit-pick and make a million changes, then more changes, and then more. You found the other end of the scale. Maybe I'm just old and jaded, but if it were me, as long as they gave me that PhD paper, I'd be happy. – MikeP Oct 26 '16 at 15:53

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