How many semesters does a thesis take

As the semester draws to a close, many top students are busy (or struggling) with their graduation thesis, including me. Since I’m nearing the end of mine (yayyy), I wanted to share a few points that I think have really helped me in this process, I hope they benefit you too!

7 useful guidelines for writing a thesis correctly

My 15-hour days turned into 18-hour days fueled by junk food and soda.

Still, it wasn’t going anywhere.

Give yourself time

It’s good to be an assiduous researcher, but after all, you have to know your limits and treat yourself well. You may have limited time and a lot of pressure to complete your thesis depending on your scholarship or graduation plan. But health comes first. Don’t force yourself to run to the finish line when you know you’re going to pass out. It’s not worth it in the end. If you can’t solve a problem, put it aside for a while and spend time enjoying something else. Working without motivation will get you nowhere.

Motivations are everywhere, but they’re hard to see when we’re confused. Visiting your friends’ thesis colloquia can fill your motivation tank.

It will help you realize that you want to be there too, proudly speaking about what you found in your dissertation research. If they can do it, why can’t you?

External Examples

  • “We want to address the new CMO addendums,” said Glen Hartman, director of Accenture Interactive North America. -Wall Street Journal
  • Make sure both parties’ signatures are on the lease and that all changes, additions, updates, etc. are located and included. –OC Register
  • An addendum released Wednesday lists five previously unidentified employees and describes abuses that occurred during 2009. –New York Post
  • And on Friday, the Board of Regents The Oklahoma State/A&M Board approved an addendum to Gundy’s contract that includes a $675,000 salary increase, bringing his salary to $5 million a year. -New York Daily News

Directions: Fill in the blank with the correct word, either addendum or addendum.


“This raises the question of whether the curriculum has other components throughout that reflect the degree of graduation required.”

It goes without saying that all study programs are evaluated once every six years by the NVAO, the Accreditation Agency of the Netherlands and Flanders. The NVAO’s job is to determine if graduating students are good enough to be approved for the degree program. Therefore, NVAO also reviews students’ theses. “The end result is a way to show if a student is able to successfully combine theory and practice,” said NVAO spokeswoman IJda van den Hout.

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