A thesis is a paper that is elaborately done. Many of these papers will require that you dedicate much more time to it than you have ever done to any other paper before. This means that time is of the essence when you are thinking about writing a graduate thesis. The procedures for writing many types of theses may be standard but comparatively, a graduate thesis is likely to be much more involving.
Many scholars will agree that a graduate thesis is a paper that says so much about so little. The implication of this statement being that a thesis will pick on small area of study and then explore it in depth. In the final analysis you will end up with so much information that you need to work with. All these information will not be talking about the same thing, so you need to exercise caution when handling the information. You might end up with a lot of information in one section of the paper and non in the other sections; learn to balance out.
A basic graduate thesis will consist of such sections as the introduction, which also carries the thesis statement, the main body and the conclusion. This outline is however too simplistic for a paper of the magnitude of a thesis. The main body will in most cases be split into very many sub-sections for the sake of adequately addressing all the requirements of the paper.
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