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dissertation tips

Dissertation Series: Common Mistakes To Avoid When Presenting Your Conclusion

You are so close to your doctorate degree you can almost taste it. All that hard work and countless hours completing your courses and passing exams, but up pops that roadblock called a dissertation defense and you feel suddenly like the coyote facing the roadrunner. So close, yet instantly out of reach.

How to Present Dissertation Findings

Congratulations. You’ve written your dissertation. But how should you present your findings to create a clear path to your discoveries? You've conducted your research, analyzed your findings and written your results. You're tired and the last thing you want to do is keep writing.

Tips for Writing a Dissertation Methodology

For anyone pursuing a doctorate, the Mount Everest that lies ahead is your dissertation. It sounds intimidating, but what really is a dissertation anyway? According to Webster’s Dictionary, a dissertation is “an extended and typically written treatment of a subject. More specifically, a treatment written and submitted to achieve a doctorate degree.”

What is a Literature Review?

Writing a literature review is an integral part of completing the dissertation process. It’s also an area of considerable confusion for those seeking a doctoral degree.  Understanding the literature review, including what it is and why it’s important, can help you get through the dissertation process with much less stress.

Exactly what is a literature review?

Dissertation Tips from NCU Graduates

Writing a dissertation can be the most intimidating but the most rewarding part of a doctoral or PhD program. The journey to completion can be long and arduous, filled with challenges. Two Northcentral University PhD graduates offer a few tips for writing your dissertation and how they developed basic study tips to help them not only survive, but thrive throughout the process.

Getting to Know Normajean Cefarelli, PhD, LMFT

What You Need to Know about the Doctoral Dissertation Milestones

Have you heard the statistic that says only about 50 percent of doctoral students in the U.S. actually finish? I’m going to go out on a limb and say it’s not by choice. While a select few may be satisfied with passing their Doctoral Comprehensive Examination and joining the ABD Club (all but dissertation), most are committed to beginning the dissertation writing process with the goal of conducting research and defending their dissertation to earn a coveted doctoral degree.

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