After nearly three years of studying, your degree is almost in sight. But there’s just one thing left to do… your dissertation! With proper planning, writing your dissertation can actually be pretty straightforward – and most students really enjoy writing theirs.
We’ve put together some handy tips to help you ace your biggest piece of work during your undergraduate degree.
1. BE PROACTIVE. Arrange meetings with your supervisor whenever you’re unsure about what to do next.
2. HELP OUT YOUR FELLOW STUDENTS. It can be hard to recruit participants for your data collection. However, if you help out others with theirs, they’ll be more likely to help you!
3. BE ORGANISED. Keep all of the data you collect orderly, safe and backed up.
4. PREPARE. You will likely have regular meetings with your supervisor throughout your dissertation writing. These meetings are your chance to get clear direction and expert advice on how to conduct and write an outstanding dissertation project.