Articles in 'Dissertation Structuring'

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    Top 10 dissertation tips: structuring a dissertation.

    11th July 2016

    You’ve done your research and compiled your theories and critical analysis, now it’s time to organise your structure to show off your work to the best possible advantage. The most daunting step of all can be the actual process of preparing to write up your masters dissertation. Before you begin to write, it is very important to plan a strong dissertation structure. Follow our top 10 tips for structuring a dissertation to make sure your work gets the high grade it deserves.

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    Choosing a Dissertation Topic

    05th July 2013

    When embarking on your masters dissertation one of the most daunting tasks can be choosing your topic. Writing the dissertation itself can seem like a breeze compared with the tricky process of deciding what you want to focus on. We have put together a list of methods to help you work out how to narrow your options down, to find the topic that will lead to the best possible dissertation example.

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    Top 10 dissertation tips: tutorials with your dissertation supervisor

    13th August 2010

    Due to the limited number of hours available with your dissertation supervisor it is very important to make the most of every minute. This article contains several important tips to maximise the usefulness of the time you spend with your supervisor and help you get the most out of every tutorial for top dissertation success.

    Both undergraduate dissertations and masters dissertations are strictly regulated, in most cases meaning that a student is only allowed a limited number of hours with their dissertation supervisor.

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    Essay writing tips: a strong argument

    12th July 2010

    Almost every essay example, on any subject, from weekly assignment writing to writing an undergraduate or masters dissertation or even a thesis, has one thing in common. It will revolve around an argument. Whether you are driving home a specific theory, considering an issue from all angles or debating a double-sided problem, an argument should emerge to give structure and direction to your essay format. So read on for our top tips on essay writing: how to strengthen your argument.

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  • Top 10 Dissertation Structuring Tips

    07th June 2009

    There are a number of standard devices used in the opening sections of dissertations which are usually precisely specified by faculty notices. Do not forget these elements – title page, acknowledgements, contents page – as they are standard requirements, not mere trivialities.

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