Dissertation Chapter - Abstract
It’s final. It’s finished. Your dissertation is in final form and ready to go to your committee for the last time. You have just one more little piece to include – that abstract. So simple, right? Just a one-page summary of 18 months’ worth of work.
You believe that you can whip out that abstract in an evening. After all, you have read hundreds of abstracts in the course of your graduate studies, and you know exactly what must be included:
- You must provide a statement of your research question
- You must summarize the study, including your random samplings or experimental/control groups.
- You must include a brief summary of your findings and their significance
- You must present any constraints and recommendations for additional research
And you must do all of this in about 250 words – how does that even happen?
Writing Your Own Abstract is Hard!
You are so very close to all of the work you did, you now find it almost a “sin” to try to reduce it to one page. And so you struggle to do it. And you struggle some more. By the time your night is over, you have written numerous versions and none is acceptable to you.
Getting an Objective Writer
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