Bachelor’s or Master’s theses are an integral part of university studies. Through them, students prove that they can use their knowledge in practice and then interpret it. However, for the perfect interpretation of the knowledge and the results obtained, it is necessary to master the principles of good reasoning. So let’s do it.

Principle One: Express yourself in the first person

You can write a Bachelor or Diploma in a passionate family. However, its use is quite demanding and not always suitable. Another option is the so-called author plural, that is, the first person of the plural. However, if you write for example about the practical part that you have developed on your own, the author’s plural will greatly weaken your merits. The last and probably the easiest option for many students is to write a single number in the first person.

All you have to do is choose which person will be more natural for you to write your final thesis. Remember, however, that it is important to follow the chosen grammar person consistently throughout the text.

Principle Two: Create and stick to a logical structure

The final work must have a clear structure, which will logically lead from introduction to conclusion. Maybe you think it’s clear. As a result, most of the students place individual chapters of their work illogically. Therefore, when creating the structure, think carefully about what you are going to write about and what should always follow to make the text smooth and clear.

Principle Three: Write briefly and clearly, yet in detail

In short, no sauce, no filler expressions, no curls at all. However, brief and clear statements must not prevent you from being detailed, giving all the important information and commenting on your findings and conclusions in detail.

Do not be afraid to use the terminology of the given field – you will increase the expertise and prestige of your bachelor’s or master’s thesis. Before using the term, make sure that you understand the meaning of the term in a good dictionary of foreign words. But nothing should be exaggerated.

Fourth Principle: Facts are the basis of success

Present facts at work, not mere assumptions. Please provide carefully verified information backed by serious scientific literature (remember citations).

Fifth Principle: Hrubk√° entry forbidden

Spelling and typographical errors, cumbersome wording and other formal shortcomings are always at the expense of quality and thus a favorable valuation of your work. For a quick spell checker, you can take advantage of the automatic fixes offered by most text documents. But it won’t catch everything. So do your work at the end several times and read it. And if you aren’t sure about the orthography and grammar, put the text before handing it over to the expert – the proofreading investment is definitely worth it.