Practical notes to help you write a thesis

Writing a bachelor thesis does not have to be difficult.

Here are some practical remarks:

  • All the scientific work (bachelor’s, master’s) we write in the third person, for example, the author presents
  • Here are some wordings that should help you start writing a job:
  • The above data illustrates …
  • The table below shows …
  • All these factors have an impact …
  • The author of the work succeeded …
  • Is a publication dedicated to …
  • The text is a preview article …
  • In the next paragraphs …
  • He raises the issue at issue …
  • The last part of the work has been devoted …
  • Undergoing a detailed analysis …
  • This work was aimed at ….
  • At the same time, the work was included …
  • The aim of the work is to analyze / show the problem / present the problem …
  • An important reason for moving the subject / problem / issue …
  • The problems of this work …
  • Another article tackling the problem …
  • This work is an attempt to evaluate …
  • This allowed the author to work on …
  • Sometimes it is worth starting work with a quotation, or even every chapter. However, remember that they must somehow relate to the subject of our work, but they do not require additional commentary in the content of the work.
  • Editing the master’s thesis. If we already have content, it should be prepared for printing. There are a few things to keep in mind:
  • We increase the left margin by the binding margin (in the case when we write a work in Word, it is in the File -> Pages settings)> Set the binding margin to 1 cm.
  • Insert the table of contents. It’s best to do it automatically (we’re still in Word, choose the Insert tab -> Reference, Indexes and Tables -> Table of contents.
  • If the work has tables, drawings, photos, we will also need other lists, ie. List of illustrations, table of tables. We insert it in a way analogous to the table of contents. However, first all tables, photos etc. They must have automatically given performances (Insert -> Appeal -> Signatures).
  • The work is written in Times New Roman or Arial (this is courtesyly accepted), the font size is 12, remember the line spacing set to 1.5 lines.
  • I hope that my observations made while writing my own diploma and master’s thesis work will be useful. Good luck!
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