Considerations While Writing Your PhD Thesis

Writing a doctoral thesis is a tedious and time-consuming task. The enormity of the task might result in you missing out or overlooking essential things. A doctoral thesis is something that you write after several years of hard work in the lab. It is not a manuscript, rather it is a collection of work that could go as several manuscripts. This checklist covers aspects related to general considerations, proofreading, formatting and ethical considerations that students need to keep in mind while writing their doctoral thesis.

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  1. Peninah K. Mwenda says

    Thanks a lot for the information therein

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