The purpose of the dissertation is to process problems specified in the title. It should show that the student adopted the method of processing problems.

Great dissertation writing advice for college students

  1. The student should for a given (selected) topic make a general introduction, highlight the reasons why he chose this subject and predict the ultimate purpose of processing the theme. In the main part, you should develop (describe) the essential facts of the problem, highlight the basic methods of solving problems with the use of possible examples and point out scientific conclusions. This part can be divided into several sections, chapters. In the end, the conclusion should be derived from the exposed body, it should contain noted results, give your opinion on the topic, indicate the future of the topic. No need to repeat the same sentences from the main part. Just use clear and powerful formulations, avoid platitudes and soundbites.
  2. Summary is actually a brief recap of the entire operation. Its purpose is to familiarize the reader with the basic content of the work, results and conclusions. It must be brief, with no unnecessary sentences, of up to 1 page.
  3. Contributions are usually pictures, illustrations, drawings, which take up the whole page. At the end of the paper you should specify the annexed list. The site where you took the text, drawing, chart, illustration, etc.
  4. When it comes to the subject, the student will have to rely on literature. School textbooks are usually the most relevant and comprehensive (synthetic) handles, but can be used for a global review and as a guide. For a more comprehensive understanding of the problem it is necessary (with the help of mentors) to find other sources of scientific knowledge, ie. books, magazine articles and writings of authors who are either original discoverers or experts on the topic.
  5. As evidence you should state the authors - quoting them. The purpose of the work is not self-discovery of a new, "hot water", but self-describing scientific issues in the formal scientific manner.
  6. In drafting you should keep these principles:
    • The general rule is a tendency for brevity and clarity of presentation and description.
    • Do not enter into anything that is not directly related to the theme
    • Do not overfill work with insignificant detail
    • Do not repeat what is in some ways already mentioned. Repetition is allowed to briefly recap.
    • Do not interpret and explain in detail the things that are self-evident.
  7. To write a good dissertation, you should know that it takes time, but experience only helps in speeding up the whole process. The work must be written in standard language, without spelling, grammar mistakes. You should use technical terminology adopted during the study. It is necessary to write in the third person and passive, avoiding personal writing style, especially the first person singular and plural, and slang. The work must contain all the elements of scientific and professional work. Foreword - not a mandatory part of the work, is used if for some reason important to clarify the structure of work, approach to the problem or limit production of the paper.
  8. In the conclusion, the basic ideas and the results obtained during the work will indicate the possibility of further research of the problem. In conclusion, you should avoid citation. The conclusion has to be big enough, but not too long. The conclusion should be written clearly and understandable regardless of the rest of the text.
  9. After the conclusion follows a list of used units of literature. It is important to have this part, since it is a better way to show the literature.