Writing a thesis is a very difficult task and that is why we often tend to put it off at the last minute. However, when you are in the last week of your submission and need to complete your thesis within 5 consecutive days, there are some steps you need to take to be able to go into damage control mode while saving your thesis. failure project.
Don’t trust your academic advisor
Your academic advisor will not give you all the answers.
Some advisors are too busy to guide you properly or are micro-managers who need daily updates on your progress.
Crossing the finish line
YOU ARE A CHAMPION. Look at you, human beings! You’ve read the submission instructions at least three times, right? Was the second button clicked in Moodle? Yes? Alright good job. This sticky part of the third chapter will probably bore you a bit, but forget it: nothing a good TV marathon or 16 hours of sleep can’t fix.
Pick a topic you know best
The first step is to find a topic you are passionate about. This will make the process of writing your thesis much easier as you will be more invested in the outcome.
Our advice is to stick to the area you studied in your Masters, as this will give you a better chance of learning about the subject.
Once you have your topic, you need to start researching. This means reading everything you can find on your topic. Try to find as many sources as possible in order to get an accurate picture of the subject.
Write every day and in bits
The golden rule to do a thesis of 10,000 to 15,000 words in 14 days or less is to write every day and to transform into bits. Rather than trying to write 4,000 words or more once, try to limit yourself to finishing 2,000 words a day without fail.
You will need effective study habits to make it on time. It means writing in a distraction-free space so you can achieve your daily goal. If you can’t concentrate in your bedroom, for example, go to the park, local library, or school library and write from there.