Assuming you have chosen a topic, gone through all of the pomp and circumstance of papers, signatures, and applications, and have actually completed your research, you are now ready to actually begin to write the document itself. As I am sure you understand, there is a very exact format you must use when writing your dissertation, this may vary from university to university, but here is the main idea. There are between 8 and 9 major parts of the work. I will go through each of them here accompanied with brief commentary on each section.
Completing your dissertation and defense is the defining moment of your educational career. It is important to persevere through it and make sure that your time management skills are up to par. This pinnacle moment is the final “weeding out” of those meant to have their PhD’s and those who are not. Go out there and be passionate about what you are doing, write it down, and get that degree.
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Work on your “voice” and diction when writing, and keep in one tense. It is a long work. Try to use the best grammar you can and save plenty of time for editing. You don’t want to rush through this at the last minute. It is an expensive process, plan accordingly. Love your work and who you are working with, it will make the whole process so much easier.
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