Thesis Planning Schedule

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This is the date that you want to put into Scrivener as your draft deadline.This is where the planning gets a little fuzzier, because there are a lot of factors to think about here.There is no law that states you much write Chapter 1, then 2, then 3, and so on…

This is the date that you want to put into Scrivener as your draft deadline.This is where the planning gets a little fuzzier, because there are a lot of factors to think about here.

Do you need to give your draft to an editor of some sort? Do you only need to give it to your main advisor, or does every member of your committee want to sign off on every round of revision? Some of my peers had upwards of 6-10 rounds of revisions on chapters though.The worst that happens is you get everything done early and beat the rush of all those other grad students who are not as smart as you and waited until the last minute.Also at the grad school site are a few fact sheets about graduation and submitting your thesis.They have to-do lists about the paperwork needed and other helpful info.Throw those in your Evernote Thesis Admin folder so you have them when you get closer.You need to create a plan of attack that allows you the comfort of knowing that you will get to everything, but can only focus on one thing at a time.The best way to go about this is to work backward from the end.This is the date that you want to have all of your content finished.All of your chapters want to be through their rounds of revisions and have little left to do but some final formatting.Students learning how to write a Master's Thesis will first learn that a central thesis question must be presented and subsequently answered.A Master's Thesis will be the most prominent piece of your graduate work up to this point, and a pertinent thesis question that forms the spine of this work elevates it from the prosaic to the significant.

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