How to write Dissertation?
So, you are preparing for dissertation writing. Just say it’s hard.
First, plan ahead for future work. Second, you need patience and perseverance.
A general idea.
The main thesis-your hypothesis or conjecture. The dissertation a formal, long work, which aims to protect some of the thesis.
First you have to put forward a hypothesis, then gather evidence to prove the hypothesis or refute it. Thus, the most difficult aspect of the dissertation, gather evidence, discuss and write everything in a consistent manner.
In the foreground the most original ideas. The very essence of dissertation, critical thinking, not experimental data. Analysis and concepts form the heart of the work.
The dissertation is based on the following principles:
What lessons you learned, not just the facts. Any statement in the thesis must be supported by reference to the scientific literature or work.
Moreover, the dissertation does not repeat the details of critical analysis, and uses the results of this analysis.
Each proposal must be grammatically correct and complete.
The dissertation must satisfy the strict rules of grammar(do not use abbreviations ,slang, technical jargon). Words must accurately transmit values, nothing more, no ambiguity.
A Rule Of Thumb:
Good writing is essential in a dissertation. However, good writing cannot compensate for a paucity of ideas or concepts.
Each technical term should be defined referring to the previously published definition. Or to give a precise definition, before the term is used. The introductory chapter can give an informal definition of the thesis work.
Write in the present tense.