Once you begin with the process, you will realize that putting together a dissertation in the given time is a harder feat to accomplish than we originally believe. It is like going out on a possibly rainy day prepared with an umbrella, and getting hit with a hailstorm. It is better to be prepared in advance than regret later. This is why half the dissertations that are written are of meagre quality and in some cases, even incomplete. The stress gets to be too much at times but setting a daily schedule will assist in avoiding such critical mishaps.
e day you receive your dissertation assignment, go to your desks and start outlining a plan. The first step of your plan should include finalizing the dissertation topic and shortlisting your research supervisor. Getting these two concepts out of the way will help you feel on track and give you a sense of accomplishment.
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We all have different moments during the day when our minds are working at their full potential and we don’t need continuous shots of coffee to keep us going. That is the time you should allocate to working on your dissertation every day. If you are wide-awake and fresh at 7am then that’s when you should sit down for your dissertation. Likewise, if you are a night owl then work through the night.
It is crucial that you understand your topic and the scope of the paper to the last letter. Any mistake can ruin the entire dissertation. One of the biggest blunders you can make is to haphazardly plan the completion of your dissertation. All it will do is ruin your dissertation and ultimately your grade. It is better to be prepared beforehand instead of waiting for the last moment for inspiration to strike.