Dissertation Writing

Writing a dissertation is no easy task. This site is devoted to solving the mystery of writing a perfect dissertation.

Dissertation Editing

Have already written your dissertation? Learn how to polish it up using simple, though valuable tips and tricks.


Dissertation Writing Problems

  • Research proposal writing
  • Writing a rationale
  • Theoretical framework
  • Reviewing the literature
  • Methodology section
  • Data gathering
  • Discussion & conclusion
  • Presentational issues
  • Dissertation editing & proofreading

Dissertation resources



How to Write a Medical Dissertation

Planning on becoming a doctor? Just struggling to start working in the medical field? Well, don’t jump the gun – you still need to write a medical dissertation that will dazzle your professors and boost your grades to impressive heights. To do this, you need to know the tricks to the trade – the way to craft a completely original, unique and amazing medical dissertation. To do so, just follow these few steps:

  1. Find something that interests you. There’s really no point to writing a dissertation that doesn’t catch your interest. There are plenty of boring medical topics out there that will cause you grief to research and write on; at the same time, there are dozens on intriguing, amazing topics that could really peak your interest! The key to writing any great dissertation, but especially a medical one, is to choose a topic that interests you.
  2. Research – beforehand. Choosing your favorite topic or dissertation thesis is a step in the right direction, but you need to make sure that step doesn’t end in a pitfall. Doing some brief research beforehand can save you from selecting a topic with little to no research to back it up. Cruise through accredited scholarly sources and your library to ensure that you’ll have enough research to help you support the dissertation. Plus, this also gets a lot of your preliminary research out of the way.
  3. Use the best sources you can find. With some medical topics, there are dozens upon dozens of papers, studies and experiments to choose from. Selecting the best, most credible and most recognized research can add a boost to your paper. After all, in the medical world, credibility is the name of the game.
  4. Gather, plan, outline. Once the research is fairly assembled, it’s time to start applying it to your dissertation. You want to make sure that all of the research you’re using is relevant – not just there to fill space. To do this, make an outline of the major points or arguments you’re going to cover in your thesis. Look over your research and decide which point or argument the research supports. If the research does not seem relevant to any specific point, it should probably be trashed. Otherwise, you’ll find a well-assembled dissertation outline when you’re finished.
  5. Write, review, proof. As with every dissertation, make sure your proofread and edit your work. A little careful scrutiny can save you from embarrassing errors and give your paper that extra level of polish that will have your readers amazed and impressed!

Updated on March 30th, 2013 | §Permalink