You will find plenty of websites online claiming to provide you with tips to write the best postgraduate dissertation ever. But a lot of them are just repetition of old rules. In what follows, you will read 5 practical tips adopting which you can write down the best dissertation ever.
So why wait more? Let’s get started.
1- Find a relevant yet hot topic
What many students ignore while finalizing a topic for a thesis is, the demand for a hot topic is always high. Much like any industry, the education industry is always hunting for researches that are relevant to the hot issues.
So irrespective of what your field is, make sure you do a lot of research in finding yourself a best seller topic having the potential to grab the publishers’ attention because what good is your research if it isn’t’ published?
2- An irresistible hook
Much like how the fiction writers look for an irresistible hook for their readers, a research writer must also write an amazing opening statement. This does not necessarily have to be the opening paragraph only, but the whole introductory chapter.
If your introductory chapter does not do well with your research questions, trust me, no matter how substantial of information you’ve put down there, it’s of no use. So make sure, it’s not only attention grabbing but also relevant to your research question from the beginning.
3- Viable research questions
You probably have heard your professors emphasizing the importance of research questions. Or you can talk to any, assignment writer they will tell you how the most of their time is spent on crafting the best research questions.
The reason for this is, if your research questions are not crafted well, your whole research direction is at fault. And obviously, when the core of your research is faulty, why would you get a good grade? So make sure you read ample literature before you craft your research questions.
4- Read literature like your medical reports
This may sound weird to you but imagine having an acute medical issue in your body and your GP recommends you to run some tests. You’ve impatiently been waiting for your test reports to come out and finally when they do, you’d read them like it’s fate in your hands, right?
This is how you have to read your literature review. With an introspective eye, look for any significant detail like theoretical lens, worldview of the writer.
5- Synthesize all you’ve read
Now comes the most crucial part. You have to synthesize whatever you’ve read from multiple authors and make it sound like an argumentative essay with your own academic voice. By this, we mean, pursue a cause and keep mentioning all the relevant authors’ work to substantiate your cause. This way, you will have your own academic voice emerge with evidence of previous literature. Isn’t it great?
Hopefully following these 5 tips will get you to write the best thesis ever in your class!