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Writing Your Dissertation How to Plan, Prepare and Present Successful Work

Writing Your Dissertation How to Plan, Prepare and Present Successful Work

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Published by: Kais Dossani on Jul 23, 2009
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A question often asked is whether the dissertation should be

written up as the research proceeds or at the end. While

there are undoubtedly people who can make sense of piles of

notes and cope with hours of writing, most cannot. It is also

very reassuring to see whole completed sections, subject

always to revisions and amendments as the work develops.

You are strongly advised to write up as soon as the material

is ready. There will be many occasions when you will re-read

each chapter or come across new and valuable additions to

your stock. Unorganised material gets into an even greater

tangle when tinkered with, whereas a good typed copy can

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WHAT IS INVOLVED?

be marked with a pen and easily seen. Resist the temptation

to edit at odd times: keep an edit list with the page number

of each edit, omission or error and tackle each chapter

systematically.

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