In academic writing, there is one thing that is critical to your graduation. It doesn’t matter whether you’re a student of an undergraduate program or a graduate program.
Which requirement am I talking about? The requirement of writing a thesis / dissertation (for graduate students) or a final year project (for undergraduate students).
For some reason or other, a thesis scares students unlike other subjects. They think they won’t be able to write it. They think they won’t be able to do a good job in it. That they will lose their marks, and their grade point average will decrease.
Why do they think like that?
It’s because they don’t know the contents of a thesis and the procedure of writing a thesis.
It’s because nobody taught them how to write a thesis in the most efficient way possible.
It’s because they were pressured by knowledge from seniors, well-meaning professors, and others that doing a thesis is tough.
But I say: it’s not that tough. So here is the Writers’ Treasure article designed to bust the myths and impart real knowledge about the basics of thesis or dissertation writing. Grab some tea / coffee, and meet me after the break…