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Tips for Writing a Great Theses

Writing the theses is often a culmination of years and years of toil and perspiration at the end of which you would just be wanting to let out steam. However it would be good to remember that poor writing is just not done since that may reverse the reuslts of years of hard work that you may have put in. So here are a few tips for writing a good theses.

The first thing to do is to ensure that you have all information ready and accessible. This will ensure that there is no wastage of time or delays in the writing work. It may also be advisable to have a clear view of the structure and layout of your thesis and also what each heading will include.

The most important element of any theses is the thesis statement. The thesis statement communicates the central idea of the research and everything else stems from this one thing. Thus it is important to make it as specific and clear as possible. It is advisable to write and rewrite it till you reach perfection.

A lot of researchers may have a lot of answers and even more data but are unsure of how the questions need to be worded so that they directly link to these answers. What differentiates a great thesis from a good one is the clarity with which questions are framed.

Correlate the chapters of the theses to the manner in which the whole project was executed.This has two siginificant advantages – the first being that it ensures that nothing major is leftout and the second that the flow automatically sets in. A research structured in this fashion also helps the reader understand what the idea is all about in  a better manner.

One mistake that most researchers make is to over depend on their guides. It is important to understand that the research gide also has a life and work of their own and that the sooner you work independently the faster your thesis writing will progress. There is no need to get approval for each and every word from your guide and it can be assumed safetly that no guide expects it.

Take each day as it comes since you may not be in the mood to write everyday. Try to put in maximum work when you are in the best of moods and make sure to take sufficient breaks in between and to have meals and fluids in between to stay refreshed. Remember that all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.

Do not write the chapters in order. In fact do not make a fixed plan of writing. Instead look at what you have and take easier chapters at first. Move into the harder chapters eventually but always keep the structure and flow in mind. Ensure that the last thing you write is your abstract since that is a synopsis of what the theses contains and it is improtant that no details are missed out there.