How to Pass your MS/M-Phil thesis?

MS level otherwise known as Master of sciences or M Phil is a degree that takes a time period of two years for completion. Your MS degree is usually 4 semesters where in third semester you have to make the synopsis or proposal in 3 credit hours and in 4th semester which is usually a last semester you need to complete your MS thesis.  In medical, MS or MPH are- General Surgery, ENT, Ophthalmology, Orthopedics, Obstetrics and gynecology. Like every other degree MS needs time and a lot of attention and a student must be determined in order to achieve high grades in MS. Focus is the key to achieve your goals no matter what degree you are pursuing. The best method to ace your MS level is to stay focused/concentrated and moreover, try to pay complete attention during the lecture, steer clear from all distractions, ask questions if you don’t understand a topic, interact with your lecture mates and professors, make sure your notes are complete, most importantly review notes from lecture every evening this way things you’ve studied in the lecture will stay in your mind and you’ll be able to understand them more clearly.

MS Thesis Writing Steps

Thesis play a great role in achieving your MS degree. Thesis is basically a long essay or dissertation involving personal research, written by a candidate for a university degree. Everyone struggles writing thesis nobody is born knowing how to write a thesis and on time.

Here are some tips to complete your thesis productively, quickly and on time.

First, make a schedule to write. For example, set a minimum number of pages 5 pages per day and stick to it. Make completing your thesis your first priority. Research about your topic and join discussion communities online in order to increase your knowledge. Divide the hours in your day between writing and researching. If you skip a day, make it up the next day by writing twice as much.

Secondly, Thesis writing is a process with well-defined stages. The details of each stage will vary slightly depending on your field, but for most thesis writers the stages are, first, idea collection, second, editing and data analysis, and third, polishing. By allowing yourself to collect your ideas without criticism, you can spark your creativity and overcome the fear of imperfection that may be holding you back from starting to write your thesis. It is during the second stage, editing and data analysis phase, that you need to be rigorous with your writing and editing. At the end of the second phase your goal is to produce a manuscript that has a clear structure and a logical flow of arguments so that you can submit it to your supervisor for review.

In the final polishing phase, you need address the feedback from your committee and fill in any gaps in the logic. That’s how you can ace your thesis and complete it on/before time.  

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Research and Self study is really important in MS. There are two main research techniques: quantitative and qualitative. A third methodology, a combination of the two. The mixed technique. Quantitative technique refers to methods that emphasize objective measurements and the statistical, mathematical, or numerical analysis of data collected through polls, questionnaires, and surveys, or by manipulating pre-existing statistical data using computational techniques. Whereas, The aim of a qualitative research project may vary with the disciplinary background, such as a psychologist seeking in-depth understanding of human behavior and the reasons that govern such behavior for example. And on the other hand mixed technique is a combination of both. The three techniques can help you maintain your grades and improve your assignments/ thesis quality.

MS level can be a hard degree to achieve but by following these tips and points you’ll surely be able to ACE it! If you need professional writing services to help you in each chapter or in between your thesis writing phase, we can help you write,proofread and edit your thesis as per your university guideline.

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