A thesis is a series of arguments combined with the explanation and discussion of research. It is the first official document that gets Master students in the state of being a researcher. The thesis proves the student's ability to work independently and to solve a scientific problem by his own (including the supervisor or mentor). A thesis statement reflects the main point, the main idea, or central message that tells the reader what the thesis is about. The thesis statement is generally located at the end of an opening paragraph. A good thesis has two parts, one tells what the student plans to argue and the other tells how the student plans to argue (that is a particular support for the argument).
How to create a thesis?
Before developing an argument on any subject, the student has to collect and organize evidence, look for possible relationships between known facts, surprising contrasts or similarities. Then think about the significance of these relationships. Getting a great idea for the thesis, then due to lack of concentration forgetting it is extremely a frustrating situation. So, once ideas are built and research is done means the student has a working thesis. Now write it down, this will force one to think of it logically, clearly and concisely. At first attempt, the student will not able to write a final draft but he will be on the right track by writing what he has.
How strong is the thesis?
To know how strong the thesis writing services is, review the first draft and evaluate it. It must be done by the mentor, in case if the mentor is not available student himself can also do it. While reviewing the first draft of the thesis, the student should ask several questions to himself; such as:
•Did I answer the question? This will help the student to fix an argument that misses the focus of the thesis statement.
•Is the thesis statement specific?
•Will the thesis inspire the reader to ask “Why” and “What”?
•Did the thesis lead the reader towards the subject or topic sentence?
To write an excellent thesis, answers to these questions must be always “yes”.
An excellent presentation of the thesis makes the first impression upon the instructor. Therefore, the thesis should be nicely presented as per the guidelines of the university. The format of the thesis includes:
•Fonts, chapter headings, margins, citations, and references, all must match the formatting and placement used within the rest of the thesis.
•Line spacing, the size of figures, tables and graphs, underlining, should be strictly used according to the guidelines.
•Every chapter should not include its own abstract.
•The date on the title page should be the year when committee approves the thesis other than the date of completion or publication of individual chapters.
•If one wants to include the previously published work, this information can be included in the preface for the thesis.