Biggam Masters Dissertation Guidelines
"I found this book indispensable and consulted it pretty much on a daily basis throughout the whole process of planning and writing my dissertation. By following the book from beginning to end I was able to hand-in a piece of work that I was both proud of and confident would meet Masters standards." (Lee Pimlott, Masters Student, University of Derby, UK). Amazon reviews for the 1st edition: "The ONE book you need to guide you through writing your master's thesis. It ensures you 'tick all the boxes' necessary for a good result. I especially liked the 'common mistake by students' in each section." "The book provides structure, clarity, time management and advice on content for your dissertation. I am delighted to say I passed my Master's with a distinction and owe a lot to the guidance provided by this book." This popular book continues to demystify the dissertation writing process. Taking a step-by-step approach to the dissertation life cycle and highlighting examples of good and bad practice and the common mistakes that students often make, the book provides clear guidance on how to gain marks, as well as how to avoid losing them.
From your initial research proposal to your final submission, you will find this book an indispensible guide. This new edition offers: additional advice on mind-mapping, note taking and speed reading techniques, as well as time management and how to make the most of your supervisor; more information on research methods; a new chapter 'Systematic Reviews'. Succeeding with Your Master's Dissertation is essential reading for all students tackling dissertations on Master's courses or on short postgraduate courses, the social sciences, business and humanities. The book is also key reading for supervisors and undergraduates considering postgraduate study.
- Paperback | 384 pages
- 152 x 228 x 22mm | 539.99g
- 26 Aug 2011
- OPEN UNIVERSITY PRESS
- Milton Keynes, United Kingdom
- 2nd Revised edition
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