Input on how to manage your thesis process
- The writing process: External lecturer and project coordinator for Academic Literacy, Maja Lucas, describes the thesis writing process and explains what to do to get a good writing process. “Find an interesting research question, start to write straightaway and be flexible with your writing. Use your thesis supervisor as a partner and not a judge. Take small steps rather than trying to sprint a marathon,” explains Maja.
- Good habits: The Counselling Centre gives you input about good thesis habits. You must acquire some good habits when you write your thesis. You must put the effort in when working so that when you take a break you do so with a good conscience. Good habits are also a way of avoiding the infamous thesis crisis and letting a creeping guilty conscience take hold.
- Thesis written on time: How can you write a thesis in the set time? There are a series of important conditions you have to satisfy if you are to succeed.
Good handbooks about the thesis process and thesis writing.