• How To Write Your Dissertation Like A Master?!

    Who said college is all about cramming books and taking tests. The real adventure begins when your teacher assigns you the task of writing your dissertation. Your entire degree (and for some their life) depends on the quality of the thesis you turn in.

    How to be sure you’re following the correct strategy and are under the watch of the right kind of supervisor to lead your way?! This is one hell of a task especially when it is your first paper. You will make mistakes, miss deadlines and often times will have to start all over again. So here’s a guideline to facilitate your pathway to a near perfection dissertation:

    1. Time is of the essence – a dissertation isn’t your article for the school’s paper or typing an email to your principal. It demands extensive planning, research, and strategic thinking, all of which require time. So making timelines and schedules and sticking to them is extremely important.
    2. Research is the first step to assure your paper is based on facts A good and thoroughly conducted research will set the direction for your entire thesis.
    3. Once you’ve got a grip on the general idea of your topic, it’s better to write that down in the form of an outline to assist you throughout the paper. A plan will always help you keep on track and prevent you from deviating. Whether or not you follow that plan depends entirely on how dedicated you are. This outline will further facilitate you to compose a draft.
    4. Reread your draft several times to come up with the best possible thesis statement. A thesis statement is what entices the reader to pay attention to the rest of your paper. Therefore it should be good enough to keep the readers engaged and convey your idea with precision and clarity.
    5. Now, you’re left with the easy part. Use your outline, thesis statement and draft to help you write down your dissertation in the most effective manner.
    6. Proof read your paper to eliminate any sort of grammatical or spelling errors. You don’t want to leave an impression of poor command over language. Avoid plagiarism; your originality will be valued.
    7. Ask your supervisor for feedback. Criticism is very important when it comes to dissertations. Professional expertises will not only help you improve in on your current paper but guide you for future as well.

    You have to fall in love with your research if you truly want to succeed. Take your dissertation seriously because it’ll have serious impacts on your entire degree and it just might have the power to mold your future for you.