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Thesis Writing Tips

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Contains some thesis writing tips to be used as your guidelines in choosing the right thesis topic.

Contains some thesis writing tips to be used as your guidelines in choosing the right thesis topic.

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  • 1. Some BasicSome BasicThesis WritingThesis Writing TipsTips
  • 2.  First of all decide on your topic.First of all decide on your topic.If your topic is too general,If your topic is too general,make sure to narrower subtopicmake sure to narrower subtopicto discuss.to discuss. After determining the topic thatAfter determining the topic thatis suitable with you, you canis suitable with you, you canprepare an outline to put yourprepare an outline to put yourideas about the topic.ideas about the topic.
  • 3.  Then you can write your thesisThen you can write your thesisstatement. Your thesis should havestatement. Your thesis should havean argument. It should not base onan argument. It should not base onopinion statements. It should haveopinion statements. It should havethoroughly explored and defendablethoroughly explored and defendableby evidenceby evidence Thesis statementThesis statement should focuses onshould focuses onideas on one to two sentences to tellideas on one to two sentences to tellthe reader what the paper is allthe reader what the paper is allabout.about.
  • 4.  Be clear and avoid using vagueBe clear and avoid using vaguewords.words. Make sure to collect sustainableMake sure to collect sustainableevidence to defend your argument.evidence to defend your argument.Read every information relevant toRead every information relevant toyour topic on academic research,your topic on academic research,trade literature, and information ontrade literature, and information onpopular press and on internet.popular press and on internet.
  • 5.  Your introduction should catchYour introduction should catchthe attention of the reader andthe attention of the reader andgive an idea about your thesisgive an idea about your thesis Your conclusion should makeYour conclusion should makeyour argument clear and provideyour argument clear and provideyour reader an indication of whyyour reader an indication of whyyour argument is credible.your argument is credible.
  • 6.  Make sure that you proof-readMake sure that you proof-readyour thesis carefully to preventyour thesis carefully to preventerrors in spelling, grammars,errors in spelling, grammars,and punctuation. You can askand punctuation. You can askyour friends or colleague to helpyour friends or colleague to helpyou and proof read your thesisyou and proof read your thesisbecause you can overlookbecause you can overlookerrors when reading your ownerrors when reading your ownwork.work.
  • 7.  Make sure that you proof-readMake sure that you proof-readyour thesis carefully to preventyour thesis carefully to preventerrors in spelling, grammars,errors in spelling, grammars,and punctuation. You can askand punctuation. You can askyour friends or colleague to helpyour friends or colleague to helpyou and proof read your thesisyou and proof read your thesisbecause you can overlookbecause you can overlookerrors when reading your ownerrors when reading your ownwork.work.