You may be in a state of shock because you have actually done all the work on your dissertation and you never thought that you would get to this stage. You tell yourself that “it is a miracle” but then you look at your dissertation presentation and your stomach has a fit like a washing machine going into spin. You thought it was all over but unfortunately, it’s not. You have to take your pile of wet and mangled laundry and hang it out for the world to see. In other words, you need to ensure that the presentation of your dissertation doesn’t let you down. It would be such a waste of your time and effort if you lost marks because of bad editing, proof reading and presentation. When you have worked so hard on a topic, it is essential that it is presented to the world in its full glory.
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Incidentally, when you’ve done all your research, it may be worth reviewing your title. The reason for this is that when you start off your dissertation, you have a working title but as your research becomes clearer, often you can pin down your title so that it actually works better. For instance, if you were researching “the parental effects of having a child with special needs”, you may wish to change it to “the effects having a child with special needs has on mothers in Oldham.” This will weigh down your topic more and also give the reader a further insight into what they are going to be reading.
It is your decision if you wish to add acknowledgements in your presentation. However, it is nice to thank those people that have helped you. You may wish to mention your tutors, the people who took part in your research and your family.
The abstract is occasionally required but in most cases, it will be your decision. However, if you want your dissertation to be the best that it can be, you should include an abstract because examiners like them. Place it in your dissertation presentation after the acknowledgements.
It is only approximately between 200 and 300 words but do ensure that you take your time to present an abstract that captures all the key points of your dissertation. Incidentally, the examiner should be able to read the abstract and understand exactly what your research is about. In other words, it has to be understood independently of your dissertation. If that sounds like a hard job, you need to use the following checklist to make sure that you have all the key points covered.
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