Can you finish thesis in a month

It is possible to complete your thesis in 6 months, even if you don’t know what to write or you haven’t finished your research. In this hour-long webinar I gave to Finish Your Thesis with Dora Farkas students earlier this week, I discuss the process of going from being a block writer to writing hundreds of words a day.

I cover the following points:

Divide your thesis into explanatory steps

Writing a thesis is a process with well-defined steps

The details of each step It will vary slightly depending on your field, but for most dissertation writers the steps are first, gather ideas, second, edit and analyze data, and third, polish.

Writing the abstract

It is best to save the abstract for last so that you can fully summarize your research. Like the rest of the thesis, it should have an introduction even for the abstract. It is probably the first thing your reader will encounter. The first few lines should be understandable to everyone, not just your colleagues and experts in your field, once you’ve provided the context for your research.

Continue to identify the problem by emphasizing the gap in the literature and what your research is trying to address.

Explain the methods you used to find the results and end the summary with a clear and concise conclusion. Please indicate the main findings of your research that you want your reviewers to know about.

Summary of my course

Here is a video explaining my course and how to write my thesis in 6 months.

  • How to plan your approach and successfully manage important deadlines
  • Regular status updates that improve your relationship with your supervisor
  • A spirit of ownership that will help you to overcome difficult times without fail
  • Discussion papers that capture academic progress and useful content for your final report
  • The importance of writing early to think ahead
  • A introduction to writing habits such as final complexity and old before new
  • An final mindset that avoids overanalysis and prevents unnecessary procrastination
  • Thinking long-term when proposing prepares you for success


Write every day and in pieces

The golden rule is to complete a dissertation of 10,000-15,000 words and n only 14 days or less to write every day and do it in parts. Instead of trying to write 4,000 words or more at one time, try to limit yourself to finishing 2,000 words a day without fail.

You will need effective monitoring practices to do this in a timely manner. It means writing in a distraction-free space so you can achieve your daily goal. If you can’t focus in your bedroom, for example, go to the park, your local library, or your school library and write from there.

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