Rules for Writing the Dissertation

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The dissertation is among the first (larger) scientific texts you make at the beginning of his career. In fact, there are the same requirements that are imposed on other scientific publications. However, there are some special features, so may the Dissertation compared to journal articles have an almost epic proportion. In addition, it must be one of the last texts written during the career.

Thesis: You must provide mainly to prove that the doctoral student he posed independent scientific topic (albeit under the guidance) and he successfully has developed it. In this case, the following rules will help. A dissertation is written /like any document/ for those who will read it. That is, in plain language, your dissertation is written for the experts. A thesis must be tailored to the expectations of these experts.

From this basic rule to follow all the other rules:

The Plan: Scope and “skeleton”

Before you write the first sentence, you should have a clear idea of how detail and his successors may fail this.
Pages would be required. If you know this limit (say, 80 pages), then you can ever predict the length of the four chapters. More than half of the intended

Results form part (e.g. 50 pages), then comes the description of the method, the essential must be exactly and, depending on the complexity of the process maybe 10-15. Finally, the remaining balance for the initiation and Discussion split. After you now know about how long each chapter may be, you can tentatively begin setting up the division (sub-chapters). If you have, for example, 10 sites for the initiation, and they have 25 sub chapters, surely something is wrong. Remember that one in the dissertation writing (and each of its chapters) only need your “message”. So, let be clear about what is your message. Ask yourself critically, what is the new, which you share with your readers. The answer to this question can be difficult, but is essential for your entire thesis.