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6 recommendations on how to complete a Master's dissertation properly
A Master’s thesis is the culmination of a lot of hard work and study. So, how are you going to get your Master’s dissertation written in with ease?
Here are 6 recommendations for completing your Master’s Dissertation.
Go to your Orientation
I don’t know why, but for some reason when people enter their master's program they begin to think that they know everything. This means a large portion of people skip their orientation for their masters program.
Don't Skip THIS!
Your orientation is going to lay the foundation for how your school wants you to complete your Masters research. You will also learn things like how to get an advisor and whether or not your school requires specific materials be submitted ahead of thesis approval.
- Choose a topic
- Get an Advisor
- Present your Materials to your Advisor
- Follow your Schools Outline
- Defend your Thesis
Going into writing your Master’s thesis you may think you have the best topic ever. Once you have selected a topic, you need to get that to your advisor and submit it for approval.
Your advisor is going to walk you through every part of your Master’s thesis up to the point of defending your thesis. Getting a good advisor can make or break your thesis writing career. Do some research on the available advisors, see if you can get someone who works well with your personality type.
You need to present all of your materials to your advisor. Make sure that you have everything preapproved by your advisor before you start writing your Master’s dissertation.
If you skip the preapproval process set in place at your school, there is a large chance that you will get a lot of work done, only to have to redo it. Don’t do double work because your thesis advisor doesn’t approve of the source material, your research methods or something else.
If your school provides you with an outline to follow when writing your thesis, use it. Not following the formatting and outlining suggested by your school is suicide when you start to defend your thesis.
You have done all of the steps needed to make sure you have written a good thesis. Your masters thesis advisor approved of all of your research methods and analysis methods.
Assuming you defend your thesis the first time, you’re done!