Can I finish my master thesis in a month?

Your thesis can be completed in 6 months, even if you don’t know what to write or haven’t finished your research. In the hour-long webinar I gave to Dora Farkas students Complete Your Thesis earlier this week, I walked through the process of going from writer’s block to writing hundreds of words a day. .

I discuss the following:

Break your thesis down into defined steps

Writing a thesis is a process with well-defined steps

Details of each step vary slightly by field, but for most thesis authors, the steps are: first, brainstorming, second, data editing and analysis, and third, refinement.

Writing the abstract

It is best to save the abstract for the end in order to be able to provide a complete summary of your research. Like the rest of the thesis, you must also have an introduction for the abstract. It may be the first thing your reader encounters. The first lines should be understandable to everyone, not just your peers and experts in your field, once you’ve provided the context for your research.

Continue to identify the problem by pointing out gaps in the literature and what your research is trying to address. Clarify the methods used to obtain the results and end the summary with a clear and precise conclusion. Include the main points of the research that you would like reviewers to know.

Set your “thesis clock”

Don’t snooze your alarm clock for 10 hours and you will finally arrive at the office at noon.

During the first months of a thesis period, many students think they have a lot of time. Then for the last few months they’ve been going to work like zombies because they don’t get enough sleep to try to finish everything in time (me too!). A lesson I’ve learned over the past 6 months is that your life will be much easier later on when your thesis is professionally handled. If you decide to stamp your thesis from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. during the week, make it a routine. Do not repeat your alarm clock for 10 hours and finally arrive at the office at noon. Work productively during the thesis hour and after that give yourself free time to do whatever you want, hang out with friends, play sports or be as lazy as you want.

What you can learn during the course

  • How to plan your degree and successfully manage important deadlines
  • Regular status updates that improve your relationship with your manager
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  • A sense of belonging that helps you get through tough times without changing blame
  • Work papers that accept academic progress and helpful content for your final report
  • The importance of writing early so you think late
  • An introduction to writing practices such as ultimate complexity and old before new
  • A scrupulous mind that avoids over-analysis and prevents unnecessary delays
  • Thinking long-term when proposing determines your success

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