5 Techniques for more fun while writing your Bachelor’s and Master’s thesis

Writing is fun, thought the Fast-Bachelor and wrote 20 pages for his Bachelor thesis. His conscience was soothed and he was satisfied with himself. Unfortunately, his supervisor was anything but satisfied: far too much on topic AA, but topic DD is completely missing. Also missing are English sources, studies, etc… Shit! Rework it again, put it back in the bib, search for new sources, rewrite it, delete it… So it was obviously over with the fun of his bachelor thesis.

Little time to read? At the end you can download the contents and a few more as a PDF-Ebook.

How can writing scientific texts be fun?

Quite simple: Success is fun, no matter what it is about. Success is written pages. And they are pages that the supervisor also likes. Success is mostly a question of technique, of skillful procedure. Learn a few simple techniques and you will quickly fill the empty pages of your Bachelor’s or Master’s thesis with very good text. Then the supervisor is satisfied and reading may even be fun…

Writing Technique 1: Ensure a clean outline of the thesis.

See to it that you create a realizable outline along the Standards for the structure of a scientific work. The chapter headings will then appear on every page and the page will no longer be empty. This gives you orientation and motivation in any case. You “only” have to fill the empty areas between the headings. Thereby you follow the chapter headings. In addition we provide with the next steps for still more “filling”.

Writing Technique 2: Put the relevant sources into the chapters.

In each chapter you can already enter the appropriate sources into the chapter using the headings. So the building material is on the right floor and it is crystal clear to you: this is where you will build soon = write. So copy in chapter “2.3 Marketing Mix” a source like Meffert, H. (2013). Marketing Management: Analysis Strategy Implementation. Springer publishing house. By the way, by keeping order you can also avoid plagiarism in the sources.. These are some of the biggest fun brakes on writing.

Writing Technique 3: Copy definitions and illustrations into chapters.

Search to your chapter keywords the definitions and illustrations of models, but always from serious sources. This probably doesn’t work for every chapter, but certainly for the theory chapter and the state of research. It should also work in the methods chapter. Try it in any case. Use the basic books from Springer-Verlag for the definitions. They cover a lot of topics and are mostly free as ebooks for students.

Writing Technique 4: Formulate chapter questions and filter the relevant content from the sources.

You can interpret each chapter as an independent text on a specific topic. The chapter always answers certain questions according to the chapter heading. Use this logic for yourself and write in EVERY chapter first the questions it answers. Then answer them with the help of the sources, almost as in the exams. Pay attention to the correct Depreciation Technique.

Writing Technique 5: Writing with pattern formulations.

In the individual chapters certain contents are described. There are certain sample formulations for such content, such as a problem derivation or discussion, or the conclusion. In the Aristolo Thesis Guide you will find a unique collection of such sample formulations for EVERY chapter of your work. Simply search the Thesis Guide for the appropriate chapter such as Procedure or Theory and you will find the sample formulations.

So the quickest way to get a very good text is to formulate the chapter headings precisely, assign the sources, ask questions relevant to each chapter, find the answers in the sources, and then formulate the text in the chapter using the pattern formulations… That doesn’t sound like magic.

With these five techniques you will write a much better work, in much less time. Your Red Thread is visible from the beginning, by a clean pattern division. Your formulations are exemplary and the contents are of course state of the art. You also did everything right when quoting. This is definitely fun!

Have fun and good luck writing your Bachelor’s or Master’s thesis.

wünschen Dir Silvio und das Team Aristolo.

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