When working on a thesis, it is necessary to take into account nuances that will allow avoiding mistakes, and subsequent editing will take less time.
For yesterday’s graduate, who has already defended his master’s thesis, the continuation of work on the studied issue will be relevant. In this case, you need to demonstrate an in-depth approach to the problem, find new ways to solve it, and put it into practice. If the author of the work combines writing work with the main activity in his specialty, the topic should be based on already collected, systematized, easily accessible materials.
Work with literary sources
The search for literature can be started in the library of the university, where a graduate student or the library of research institutes are studying. Be sure to consider the scientific works of leading scientists of domestic science, work with which is the starting point of the study.
Using foreign sources, the author of scientific and qualification work demonstrates in-depth knowledge, familiarity with the topic, and the results of its study in scientific circles. A literature search is also carried out in an electronic library.
Writing an introduction and conclusion
If all materials are collected, it is necessary to decide how to start writing a thesis. Its most important is an introduction which briefly introduces the essence and purpose of the research.
With it, as well as with the author’s abstract, the members of the commission will be acquainted at the very beginning. Therefore every detail should be worked out and edited. The text of the introduction can be changed several times, depending on the structure and nature of the research performed.
The following sections are mandatory: the relevance and scientific novelty of the problem, the main goal of the research, proven and newest methods used by the author, and the results obtained.
Work on the main part of the thesis
It is essential to demonstrate acquaintance with the theoretical basis of the problem under study, put forward a scientific hypothesis, and compare theory with the results of experiments. Conclusion or the third part is a brief and substantiated result obtained by the author.