Writing a master’s dissertation is a massive undertaking, which cannot be taken for granted. Every thesis paper you write should have a clear main idea, and should be specific as possible. Writing a thesis is a distinctive experience and there is no general unanimity on what the best way to organize and structure it.
A more common way of writing a good thesis includes Title page, abstract, list of contents, chapters (Chapter 1- Background/introduction, Chapter 2- Literature review, Chapter 3- Aims and objectives, Chapter 4- Methodology, Chapter 5- Data Analysis and results representation, Chapter 6- discussion, Chapter 7- Conclusions and recommendations), Bibliography, References and Appendices supporting research information and material.
To make an excellent thesis extra efforts should be incorporated in every step starting from the topic selection. Spend the maximum suitable time on topic selection and try to select the topic of your interest. The next important think is master’s question. In Master’s thesis, you must answer the thesis question with conviction and clarity in the written presentation submitted to complete a Master’s degree. A judicious question will also keep research focused, organized, and interesting. The statistics shown should be of original data related to research.
Outline planning should be done very sensibly with focused concern and to the point. Try to write your thesis in the morning after having a proper breakfast or with full comfort of mind. Much focus should be given to abstract as it gives an account of the whole research. Keep in mind the ABC (Accuracy, Brevity and clarity) while writing it. An abstract should concisely include purpose, problems, methodology and conclusion of research. Avoid using references in the abstract.
The best way of improving dissertation is to complete thesis and contact supervisor for corrections in it. Repeating the process several times will give best result.