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The most common question you may be asked is what you learned from the study you have

done. You have to sum up your entire study in a few


sentences and remember the technical terms you have mentioned in your research because that is what your examiner wants to hear from you.
The next question to follow by default is why you chose this particular topic or what your inspiration behind this study was. This is one of the trickiest
questions as you have to prove your convincing power to the panel of the teachers that what you did is valuable for the society and was worth their time.
Tell about how zealous you were about this particular problem.
What is the importance of your study or how will it contribute or add up to the existing body of knowledge?
You may be asked to summarize your key findings of the research.
What type of background research have you done for the study?
What are the limitations you have faced while writing?
Why did you choose this particular method or sample for the study?
What will you include if you are told to add something extra to the study?
What are the recommendations of your study?
Who formed your sample and why you selected this particular age group?
What was your hypothesis and how you framed it?
If given a chance, would like to do something different with your work?
What are the limitations you faced while dealing with your samples?
How did you relate your study to the existing theories?
What is the future scope of this study?
What do you plan to do with your work after you have completed your degree?
What are the research variables you used?
Do you have any questions to be asked?
Did you evaluate your work?
How would you improve your work?
Based on your findings, what will your next research project be?
How would you build on this research?
Where do you see this kind of research moving in the future?
What are the openings?
How could you improve your work?
How can your research be used in practice?
What would you change if you were to do the study again?
If you did it again what would you do differently?
What would you do differently if you were setting out to do it today?
In hindsight, is there any aspect of the research that you would do differently?
Looking back, what might you have done differently?
What are the main weaknesses with what you did and why are they there?
What are the strongest/weakest parts of your work?
What is the main contribution of your thesis?
What have been the significant contributions of your research?
In what ways does this research make a significant contribution to your particular field of study?
What have you done that merits an MS?
Summarize your key findings.
What's original about your work?
Where is the novelty?
What are the contributions (to knowledge) of your thesis?
What is the implication of your work in your area? What does it change?
Why did you decide to undertake this specific project?
What are the motivations for your research?
Why is the problem you have tackled worth tackling?
What are the main aims, questions, hypotheses?
Where did your research-project come from?
How did your research-questions emerge?
Why are your research questions interesting or important?
Comment on and justify your research methodology. Why have you done it this way? What are the alternatives to your approach?
What are the principal findings of this research project?
How do they compare the findings of other projects within the field?
Who are your closest competitors?
How has your thinking changed as a result of this research project?
What have you learned from the process of doing your MS?
Has your view of your research topic changed during the course of the research?
In one sentence, what is your thesis?
What are you most proud of, and why?
Where do current technologies fail such that you (could) make a contribution?
Where did you go wrong?
How have you evaluated your work?
How do your contributions generalize?
What previous research has been done on the topic of your study?
What does your thesis deal with "What kind of theory is it based on?"
In few sentences, can you tell us what your study is all about?
What is your motivation for this study?
How will this study contribute to the body of knowledge?
What is the significance of the study?
Did you bridge any gap from your study?
What limitations did you encounter?
What are your findings?
What Methods or Sampling Technique did you employ?
Why choose this method?
Based on your findings what are your recommendations?
Based on your findings what areas will you suggest for future research?
How can your research study be put into practice?
How would you summarize your study to a practitioner in a few sentence?
What would you change if you were to conduct the study again?
What is your measurement Instrument?
What are your research variables?
What are your research questions?
What do you plan to do with your research project after Graduation?
What source of data was employed for the study?
What theories or theoretical framework is your study based on?
How would you relate your findings to existing theories on the study?
What recommendations do you have for future research?
What is the scope of the study?
What question(s) do you have for the committee?
Do you have any closing comments?