3 Ways to Write a Thesis Statement - wikiHow
How to Write a Thesis | The MIT Press
It is said that the beginning to any long journey is the first small step that one takes. So it is very important to decide when one will start to write a thesis. There is a tremendous amount of research that needs to be done before writing a thesis. Research can very often be an endless process so it is necessary to set a cut off date as to when the research will stop and when the actual thesis writing will start. The work also needs to be planned. If there is a well drawn out schedule to complete each chapter (Phd thesis writing) it help very much in successful completion of the thesis. Mini deadlines can be set for each and every chapter. Word-deadlines can be set for each day which will make work easier and stress free. After all the thesis is not supposed to be a drain on you, it is meant to be a way in which you can show what you have learnt during your education.
Columbia University: How to Write a Thesis Proposal
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