Many doctoral candidates looking for doctoral dissertation help find that after finishing their course work and comps they are suddenly thrust into an entirely new world - the world of completing a doctoral dissertation. They also quickly find that world to be one for which their prior experience of writing papers or a master's thesis has not provided sufficient preparation, and they need help!
Many of those who come to us for doctoral dissertation help seem lost in the confusion over just what a doctoral dissertation is.
The Cambridge Dictionary defines a doctoral dissertation as a "long piece of writing on a particular subject". That definition is deceptively simple, and provides very little help, as most people writing a doctoral dissertation soon learn.
How to complete and survive a Doctoral dissertation
A typical doctoral dissertation follows the classic five chapter format: Introduction (with all of the traditional subheadings); Review of Literature; Methodology; Findings; Summary/Conclusions/Implications.
Here are some basic help resources complete and survive a Doctoral dissertation:
1. Ask your advisor for a copy of a doctoral dissertation which s/he has approved recently.
2. Check what format is favored (APA, MLA?).
3. Determine if your university or program has written guidelines which supplement the basic doctoral dissertation format.
4. Ask your mentor about his/her outlook of length.
5. Think extensive about meaning of "doctoral dissertation".
6. Read doctoral dissertations which have been done recently in your field.
Article Source | Dissertation Resource Center