Published on February 25, by Shona McCombes. Revised on February 8, In your thesis or dissertation, you will have to discuss the methods you used to do your research. The methodology chapter explains what you did and how you did it, allowing readers to evaluate the reliability and validity of the research.
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How to Start a Dissertation: a Guide for Students to Write a Good Work
Well, that park could be on fire and a horde of zombies might be chasing you. Although fighting zombies could be exciting if you have the right strategy and equipment. Similarly, writing a dissertation is not easy or simple but with the right guidance and strategy, you can do it easily. If you are starting up on the methodology chapter it means that you have already been through two chapters.
So, you as a student come to the final chapter of your academic closure. The initial excitement of just being able to write a dissertation begins to wane as soon as you realise the ground reality. That ground reality being writing a dissertation may not be so easy after all. As you start to plan and plot your thought and ideas and try and align it, it may be confusing for you as an individual to carry on the research process, validate the data, and get the data analysed.
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