Helpful tips to write a better thesis
1. Know the requirements
Review all the requirements for your proposed project with your supervisor before you get started.
2. Constantly check your work
Much of your thesis work will entail editing. As soon as you start your thesis, you’ll realize that the more work you do, the more difficult it is to go back and review it.
3. Don’t leave questions unanswered
The original purpose of your thesis was to find solutions to a certain problem, wasn’t it? Draw additional attention to research questions in your conclusion — it may provide you with a base for separate work.
4. Keep a list of references from the start
Before you submit your thesis, tripple check each and every one of your citations and references. RefWorks, Citationsy, and EndNote are all great tools to help you organize your references, create citations, and collaborate with colleagues.
5. Take advantage of useful apps
There’s a lot that goes into writing a thesis proposal, and you need a way to stay organized and keep track of the various due dates.