Key Points to Ace your PhD Thesis in Less Time

For every PhD student, the first and foremost question to cross their mind would be – “where to begin with the analysis of past years of data constituted of countless experiments along with conducting a literature search to justify its originality?” Being a PhD student, you must feel numb by simply thinking about the amount of data that you will need to organize.

At such times, most students seek help from experts or supervisors and even friends in a hope of finding a way to begin from. Students end up having just them with their ideas along with the guidance of experts if asked any. Undoubtedly, PhD thesis is very much an overwhelming experience where most of the time you have no idea about what you are doing.

However, you need not worry about how you will manage to complete your thesis on time especially when you don’t have much of it. From my experience and many others, I have integrated the most useful and time-saving points that you can put in use on daily basis to ace your PhD thesis in a short period. Have a look at the following points –

Be Precise and Define what exactly has to be done in Each Chapter

For you to be motivated and productive throughout your thesis writing, you should be familiar with your ultimate goal with a defined view and as much clarity as possible. Forget about the writing part as it will automatically evolve as you will go on writing it. However, you will have to precisely define your main question or problem being addressed. Also, mark down the estimated length of each chapter or section of your PhD thesis. If you are having a hard time defining the needful of each chapter then the easiest way for you is to answer – ‘the purpose of this chapter is’. The answer will help you understand what is needed to be included in the chapter and what should be kept away from it. Further, if there are sub-parts or different sections in one chapter then you may write the purpose of each part separately. At last, ensure you have included everything within the expectations of your supervisor and the content is relevant to your thesis topic.

Keep Maximum Three Priorities for a Day

This might sound challenging as being a PhD student, we have a lot on our plates and want to complete each of the tasks on it in a day. But, the truth is we have a specific period to complete the thesis, and most of the time, there are numerous uninvited interruptions. This not only distracts us from our tasks but also demotivates us when the set goals are not achieved. Thus, the best way to keep you away from disappointments is to set only three priorities a day and complete them by the evening. In your mind you will know that you need to complete the set three goals so, technically you are forcing yourself to make progress. You must respect your body and mind that it can only work for a certain period and not as long as you wish it to work. So, keep a maximum of three goals for a day and give your best to complete them by channeling your focus on the set goals. Therefore, use this point to make your thesis writing process easier and simplified by utilizing your time and energy only where it is worthy.

Work on the Most Important Task First Before Jumping on Other Work

In the previous step, you set a maximum of three goals for a day. Now, pick out the most important of them and begin your day by working on them. Although the other two tasks are important, you need to get over the most important ones. Once you have picked the task as a priority, you need to stay committed to it till you finish it. Set a schedule to complete it within that time frame, for example, if you are sitting to work early in the morning then you must get over with it by the afternoon.

Break Down your Important Task into Manageable Bits

Let’s take an instance, you have set ‘literature search’ as your priority task of the day. Break down it into smaller parts to simplify the process and make it an easily achievable task, even before the set time frame. Some things take longer to complete than we expected however if you break them into smaller parts you will be able to finish them sooner than expected. For many students, this has been an all-time favorite strategy and it can be yours too if you follow it. If you have less time to complete your thesis, believe me, breaking your work into sub-parts will help you in so many unexpected ways.

The best part of the aforesaid points is that they can be applied to all kinds of PhD thesis papers to make them simplified and easier to complete regardless of the time left. You need to intact your focus and clarity throughout the thesis writing process for completing it on time.

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