Most students in the final years have completed their last hop, license. Among them I am myself. During the time I worked on the license, I wrote down some ideas that I thought were useful and I said to put them on the net. Who knows who puzzles the subject and gives it to them? Read along to learn more about my license writing guide for students. Some tips are also useful for essay writing as well.
1. Do not write the license just to receive a note and a diploma
Writing a research paper does not have to be a chase after a certain number of words or pages. Leave your trade if you do it just because you are asked. The talk of a professor, only fools teach for the note; smart people learn for them. Choose a subject that you feel attracted to and want to deepen. It does not matter if it’s hard. It is important to clarify your confusion (obviously if you are lazy you can choose lighter variants). I applied this rule to all faculties when I was given the opportunity to choose my subject for essays. I was the one who went out to win, although more work was needed.
2. Work at the library, not at home
Assuming you chose your subject, you’d better work in a library. At home (student dormitory, studio, etc) you will certainly be “tempted” by many extra-student attractions. At the library, the “studio” atmosphere can be of real use. I encouraged my colleagues to continue writing and I was motivated by them to do more than I did.
3. Choose your place in the library carefully
Try to position yourself in the library where you have most books or, if not, as close as possible to the “zero zone.” This way you will not waste too much time browsing the library. The rule can’t always be applied because sometimes you will need books from multiple domains. For best placement, you’ll have to be mature. It’s most likely that the place is already busy if you go later. One of them happened to me until I realized I had to arrive no later than 9 o’clock in order to get the desired place.
4. Write a brief summary to get a startup
The structure is essential for academic work. It helps you know what you want and it is of real use to the reader. For starters, the content must not be whole; you can only start with 2-3 chapters. Ideas certainly come along, but it’s essential to know where to start and where you want to go.
5. If you are stuck in ideas to one chapter, go to another
Do not stop especially if time presses you (and this is true for 99.99% of students). Go to the next chapter or to another if you’re stuck in ideas. If you’re pressed in writing your dissertation, I would like to recommend you an online service that specializes in dissertation writing.
6. Keep in mind the changes in the order of the material
Be careful not to report inappropriately to a particular topic, believing that the information has already been presented when it has not yet reached the reader’s eyes since it has been moved to another chapter or to another part of the chapter. For example, when you remember the name of an author for the first time it is recommended that you present it in full, and then just remember your last name. If you move the paragraph in which you give it your full name in a previous chapter, there is no problem, but if you move it in a later chapter you will have to modify it. That’s why it’s important to read the immediate context as soon as you move a paragraph and pass through the whole work once you’ve finished it.
7. Write down any idea
Do not rely too much on your memory. It’s as deceitful as the heart. Did you get an idea? Note it! Have you found an idea worthy of mention in the paper? Not only the idea but the source. The idea must not be complete, only a sentence arrives. You will remember when you read it. Place that sentence in the appropriate chapter or subchapter and develop it when you think it’s better. Even if you do not use all the ideas in the work, it is imperative that you note them all because you do not know who will get into the text.