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Why need a professional Help for Dissertation Writing?

The first point to note about preparing and writing your dissertation is that there is no one best way to do it! We all have our own styles and these pages give you some practical pointers from which you can construct your own approach. It is important to recognise right away that the process of writing shouldn't start on some distant day when you sit in front of your blank screen, with several files of notes and results and a template for your title page. The process starts now as you begin work; it involves thinking and jotting down ideas. Consider having a notebook with you at all times where you can note thoughts that come to you, however vague they seem. They could develop into something important.
Getting started
You may not be happy with the idea of starting to write before you have finished all your research. You might worry about what happens if you discover something that makes you revise your ideas. No problem; this is exactly what should happen. You need to write and think; and write and read; and write and consider your findings; and certainly you will need to review and revise and rewrite.These are essential parts of the process. If you have already achieved some success in your academic writing, or in writing at work, you will perhaps be more ready to accept this process. If not, you need to give it a try. Resisting writing is often a form of procrastination. If getting started is a problem for you, try this exercise.

How to write
Your dissertation has to be written to length. How will you do this? There are two possible approaches. Consider which sounds more like your style.
The structured approach
Here you plan the content of your writing in detail, and decide how many words or pages to each section. While you write you have these limits in mind and try to keep to them.
The diving in approach
Here you simply write and do not worry about numbers of words or pages. Afterwards you will need to go back and cut or lengthen your drafts.
Whether you monitor the length as you go along, or when you finish a draft, you will need to contract (shorten) or expand parts of your writing. Try these suggestions.
To contract writing
Use tables, flow charts, diagrams or bullet points wherever possible.
Remove any repetitive or unnecessary words or sentences.
Cut whole paragraphs. Ask yourself if their content is really needed.
Replace a paragraph with a sentence summarising its content. If you can't, the paragraph is probably badly written and needs amending anyway.
Delete quotations unless they help to move your discussion forward.
Decide if more of your material belongs more appropriately in an appendix.
To expand writing
Describe material presented as tables or diagrams. Develop paragraphs from lists of bullet points.
Expand sentences by adding more description and analysis to develop your argument.
Add more references or use more quotations to illustrate your argument. Remember to critically analyze the material that you quote.
Move some material from the appendices to the body of your dissertation.
The importance of editing
How many drafts of your dissertation do you think you will write? Some sections will write themselves and need little amendment. But other sections will need two or three (or even more drafts) before you are happy with them. Be ready for this and allow the time.
Before rewriting a section try to put it away for several days. You can then return to it with a fresher, more critical eye.
Work through your final draft section by section. Do not try to do it all at one sitting. Consider reading aloud. You may be surprised how much easier it is to catch errors that way. Ask a friend or colleague to read it through for you or with you.


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