Every work should be primarily in the form. It is clearly stated what it must contain and what you should definitely not forget when writing. Its structure is just as important as the content itself, so be careful. Now we will focus on 6 important parts of every job where students often make mistakes.
1) Title Page
The first page of the work is the title page, which is used to identify the author and the title of the work. This is a stand-alone side. It is also very important that the cover sheet must have a form that needs to be followed. You can find the form of the title page for the bachelor’s or master’s thesis in the methodological manual for the elaboration of the final thesis, which may differ from one school to another. The title page sometimes includes the full name of the faculty and the institute, the year of submitting the work, and an indication of what kind of final thesis is involved.
Sometimes the title page can also be replaced by a header that also contains the title of the work and the author’s name. In this case, these are mainly papers and some seminar papers.
An affidavit is especially important for final theses. By signing it, the student confirms that he has written the work independently and using the literary sources listed. Often the affidavit text is strictly given and it is not appropriate to invent one’s own. You can find its wording in the Guidelines.
3) Correct numbering
It is not advisable to underestimate the correct page numbering. Who does not yet have much experience with writing similar works, often expects to be numbered from the first page. But the opposite is true. For example, for final works, numbering usually starts from the beginning. The first pages count, but the number should not be visible here.
Every author of this work must draw from credible sources – scientific articles and publications, textbooks and the like. Subsequently, at the end of the thesis, they create a list of used literature. But such a list must have a uniform style and form. The form usually depends on the student himself, but should be in accordance with the citation standard (ISO 690 and ISO 690-2). For example, Harvard style quotes are ideal.
5) Content requirements
The text of the work always starts with an introduction, continues with the text of the work itself and ends with a conclusion. In doing so, he / she should demonstrate the student’s ability to formulate ideas related to the issue and to cope with her critical analysis.
In the introduction you should briefly write basic information, set goals of your work and possible hypothesis. It is also worth mentioning its potential practical significance. In the end, on the contrary, you will summarize the whole work, your findings, and evaluate whether you have achieved your goals.
Both the introduction and the conclusion should ideally be in the range of one page, the longer the text is usually not appropriate, as it loses its original function to briefly summarize or summarize the whole work. Within the text of the thesis, a maximum of three chapters are recommended.
6) Uniform formatting
Formatting work should be uniform. Often, Times New Roman, font size 12, and 1.5 spacing are used. Text indentation is also important. You can find this information again in the Guidelines.
Once you’re done, read the instructions once again to make sure everything is right and missing. We keep your fingers crossed.