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Fundamentals of Thesis Writing

Thesis writing is one of the greatly laborious and stressful tasks that a student has to furnish so as to get through his or her degree program. Research projects are assigned to students of various graduation, post graduation and PhD programs; and they have to write a thesis based on their research assignments, and submit it on or before the submission date. And, before they submit it, they have to make sure that their paper has no subject and language related errors; and is not plagiarized or copied from somewhere else. Here are the detailed fundamentals rules of thesis writing –

Research based, conversational, and close to literature writing style. Theses should be composed in a conversational style, as if you are talking to; or explaining your research topic, subject and result(s); to your readers. It should be done keeping the standards and guidelines of the concerned university or organization in mind.

Follow the basic/universal writing procedure. As you would have experienced, every written work comes with (or has) three sections – introduction, explanation, and conclusion. You should maintain the flow of your research paper, in the same line. You, at first, should introduce your research topic, area, and context; after which, you should explain your research task, background, research methodology, and other aspects in detail; and in conclusion, leave it at a stimulating end.

NO Copy Cat. – A number of submissions face negative response, and even refusal, because of duplicate text and sources. Never copy anything from anywhere; and if you are impressed with some related piece of work, you should CITE or QUOTE it in your research paper. You should give the sure credit to the original author.

Furthermore, you should submit your work only after making sure that it has no errors. Get it edited by some of your seniors or assistant professors, and proofread it with a dexterous language professional.