What Are The Main Dissertation Chapters And What You Should Include Into Them

There are four chapters in a dissertation that are crucial to the progress of the work. If these are not done right, they can hamper a good piece, or even destroy it. The first four chapters in the dissertation; Abstract, and Introduction, Literature Review, and Methodology. These are crucial, because if they do not speak well, or give the right information, then the rest will not be reviewed. These are what open the dissertation to the world, and if they are poorly done, will close it as well.

  1. Abstract
  2. Introduction
  3. Literature Review
  4. Methodology

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