Writing a thesis or dissertation is one of the most challenging tasks students complete during their academic careers. The reason would be the extensive research, critical thinking and originality of the paper. Students often find it hard to compose their paper because they are new to this kind of assignment or do not understand the formatting and structure requirements. Some teachers like to receive the paper in a standard format like APA or MLA while others prefer custom formatting for the dissertation. It is also hard to write a winning paper when you do not understand the purpose, tone, approach or any single of these you need to use.
To help solve your problem, it is a good idea to follow an expert written paper or get a sample from the internet. You can also find good templates of dissertations in guidebooks with examples and the library. Try asking a senior in your college or one of your elder siblings to lend their paper to you to use as a sample. Once you have this paper, you need to give it a couple of readings before coming to a final choice.
In your first reading, do not think of anything or try to judge the author or the paper itself. This reading is only supposed to help you get a basic idea of the subject and paper. You may not clearly understand the entire research in your first reading so it will be too early to rate something as a strength or weakness in the paper.
When you have a basic idea of the purpose of this paper, you need to read it again from start. This time you need to read carefully and look for areas that seem critical or important from the reader’s point of view. Take a pencil in your hand to underline or highlight these critical points as you go. Make a list of all these points on a neat paper.
Copy the outline, structure, abstract and citations for style and formatting.
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