Simple recommendations how to write a great thesis
Rule number when writing a thesis is that one should not just dig up some text and just rewrite or do translation. What we need to do is to search the literature, read several articles on the subject, explain the story to yourself first and try to understand and then make sure it is on paper in your own. Never, never, never write something that you do not understand! No matter how nice and fancy all these great things look, all this immense equation, if you do not understand, do not write them. And what should you do if there are lot of things you do not understand? More literature and consultation!
- The structure of the seminar paper
- Set the theme or specify the main characteristics of something so after you explain, or introduce concepts, you will need to handle the given topic.
- The conclusion
- Finally, with regard to the structure of the seminar work, even if each of these parts are equally important, because each part has its own purpose and is equally noteworthy.
There has to be an introduction, body, conclusion.
The introduction should present the motivation, in short the essence and possibly some history topics. The motivation is the answer to the question "Why is this important? Why do we explore? What do we want to learn? ". So, if for example you have the topic structure of stars, then you want to say that the for the structure of stars it is important to us to know "how a star works" and how it evolves and what to expect from it.This is the motivation.
Furthermore, if you introduce a new concept, the abbreviation - is necessary to explain. If you have an equation - be sure to explain what each symbol represents. Do not just scatter some information, as in this case, the work looks scrappy. Try to have some flow, some logical sequence. That new story follows from the previous one. There should be a comprehensible summary of a topic, so while you're writing try to put yourself in the place of your colleagues in the group who is not versed in the subject and who would read it, and always ask if something.
Past experience has shown that students usually end a paper abruptly, only to stop, as a movie without a closure where in a split second you only see the main character lived and died suddenly. Without the completion of the story it remains unfinished. In general, the conclusion is the hardest part of writing. However, a conclusion is a summary of topics, extracting the most important question. So your ter paper – which will have at least five pages of text, which will be a bunch of details, and the conclusion can be summed up in 3-4 sentences. That essence is what we need to write in conclusion, what is most important, what you want people to remember. These people want to remember, and you want to extract the conclusion as the essence, to get to the people. In addition in the conclusion in the summarized work you repeat something from the introduction (of course without literally copying an introductory sentence) as the example. Why is all of this important story. And of course you get bonus points on every conclusion which is self-performed (with scientific papers because this is a must).
So, do not just devote all the energy developing that, and do not only concentrate on the introduction and conclusion. You have to think about everything if you really want a good grade.