Typically dissertations comprise of following chapters
- Literature review
- Research Methodology
- Analysis and Results
Once you have finished your conclusion section and have done the proof reading start spending good time on finalizing your list of references. This part of the dissertation can act as a savior. Any secondary data that is not properly referenced can lead to plagiarism.
Appendices can be of great help to control your word count limit. It further helps you in arranging data in the most appropriate way. At times you come across data which can provide you additional understanding of the topic area. However, you don’t want to add a lot in the literature review section. In such a scenario appendices can help you to put information in the appendix section and you can refer to it in the main body.
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