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  • The Top 6 Ways to Facilitate Your Dissertation Writing Process

    Dissertation writing is not an easy task and it is extremely challenging for almost all students. Dissertation writing is the most important part of your degree. It requires dedication, perseverance, ability to do in-depth research and determination. Writing up dissertation is challenging but not impossible and you should try to facilitate your dissertation writing process by following the following valuable tips:

    1. The most important thing you need to do, when it comes to writing your dissertation, is not to procrastinate at all. Set up a plan that how you are going to be writing your dissertation and make sure you stick to it.

    2. Idea development is something that can procrastinate your dissertation writing process dramatically. This is the part where students struggle a lot. What you need to do now is to write down the topics that you find interesting. When you are in class or listening to a lecture or reading an article, etc, just write down what you find interesting. Then you can discuss your ideas with your advisor and fellow students to decide the theme for your dissertation. However, you must prepare yourself to struggle; it’s not an easy task at all.

    3. Don’t choose a topic that doesn’t fascinate you. If you choose a topic that doesn’t fascinate you and you find it difficult then you will never be able to finish writing a dissertation on time. You will also end up procrastinating. Writing about something that you find interesting will keep you motivated and focused. Therefore, choose a topic that you find interesting.

    4. If you need to find out about any particular experience or problem faced by general public and its impact on their lives, then do not limit yourself to your friends and family. Talk to people you don’t even know and ask them if they faced this problem and what their experiences were.

    5. Ask your friends and fellow students about what you can add to your dissertation. Discussing your topic with them and getting their valuable tips will enable you to add quality content to your dissertation.

    6. Make sure you stay in touch with your advisor and talk to him whenever you get stuck or feel confused. If you can only stay in touch with your advisor, you will notice that the motivation you get from him encourages you to stay on track and write your dissertation successfully.

    7. Another form of dissertation help that is gaining popularity is dissertation writing service. You can find them in numbers on the Google. Their authenticity is still debatable, but they can certainly give you some references or direction to work with.

    Consider writing a dissertation to be something extremely fascinating. I understand that it will be difficult for you to think about your dissertation like this but it will at least keep you calm mentally. Thinking about dissertation writing as something almost impossible to accomplish, won’t do any good. First, tell yourself that you can write your dissertation, then follow the tips mentioned in this article, do thorough research and get your degree.

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    Last edited by beadsbydesign; 05-05-2009, 01:55 PM.

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    Eh????
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    • #3
      Oh Peter where art thou, returnest all is forgiven, deliver us from this evil

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      • #4
        Originally posted by ROSE BASKET View Post
        Oh Peter where art thou, returnest all is forgiven, deliver us from this evil
        After your treatment of me? Or have you forgotten?

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          Very sad. We have lost a wordsmith of some calibre and humour. The forum will be somewhat less without you.
          Carol
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Peter View Post
            After your treatment of me? Or have you forgotten?
            "Youth lives on hope, old age on memories"

            I think my two red marks are rather dashing and eye catching, any chance of any more?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by dissertation View Post
              5. Ask your friends ......about what you can add to your dissertation. Discussing your topic with them and getting their valuable tips will enable you to add quality content to your dissertation.
              Not terribly helpful if they are on a completely different course and don't understand your topic!!!!
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              • #8
                Doesn't say much about the state of our graduates today, does it?

                Posts a thread called "The Top 6 Ways..." but lists 7...
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by woodtattoos View Post
                  Doesn't say much about the state of our graduates today, does it?

                  Posts a thread called "The Top 6 Ways..." but lists 7...
                  lol
                  won't let me give you rep again so have quoted you instead

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by ROSE BASKET View Post
                    I think my two red marks are rather dashing and eye catching, any chance of any more?
                    Don't start this again... I've seen these conversations before!
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by woodtattoos View Post
                      Don't start this again... I've seen these conversations before!
                      My humble apologies Woodtattoos, I wouldn't want to offend another moderator. Two red marks are quite sufficient.

                      I shouldn't be greedy, after all I wouldn't want to be accused of "Moderatorbaiting" again I never know what I might catch

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