There will be many a times while writing your masters thesis that you would encounter situations where you would have to meet stringent deadlines and you don’t have the answer to unresolved queries. Neither do you know where to look for help. Do not panic or give up under pressure. We have a few useful tips for you on how you can get help with your thesis and not let it elevate your stress levels to an extent that is unmanageable.
Take help from your Professor: Your professors have gone through your ordeal and can relate to your challenges pretty well. Asking them for help is a safe bet because they have been students themselves at one point of time and would have many techniques and ways by which you can solve queries that may not occur to you.
Ask your friends for assistance: You would sure have some friends who have better writing skills than you. There isn’t anything wrong with taking help from them. Similar to your professors, they can empathise with you and offer you some worthy advice. Listen to what your reliable friend has to say and follow the advice.
Online forums: They are the truth of our generation. If you are internet savvy and find them easy to access and follow, they can become a great source of information. On a forum, you may find many members looking for a similar solution like yours and sometimes just following the threads may help in solving the problem.
Check online guides on thesis writing: The amount of information that is there on the internet is unbelievable. Whenever in the journey of writing you feel you are on the crossroads, just hit the internet and you would find a plethora of information which could be used by you. You would find a lot of guides when you search on Google that would cater to your specific problem.
Follow your college website: The college you are attending would have an online platform for students to interact and discuss issues and contemporary topics. Become a participant in such discussion. Even if you have apprehensions about participating in them, following them passively will also help you to resolve many problems to a great extent.
Ultimately, there are various ways in which you can get help for your master’s thesis, it all comes around to asking for help and support from external sources which you shouldn’t shy away from doing so.
6 thoughts on “5 Tested Sources to get you Master Thesis help when you need it most”
Online surfing the video guides is also a good option when you lack time. The explanation these videos gives get us a very good understanding. Some universities releases their own videos and podcasts and some create you tube channels.
Why choose only online guides? You can look for published guides and help books suggested by many universities.
In my opinion, the best help with thesis can only be get from your advisor regardless of the fact that he can be tough at times.
Internet is the best source, I think. Because it gives a multiple opinions whereas the university provides a limited help.
checking the details on your university website will guide you more than your friends.
I took the help of my professor as a naive researcher and I couldn’t be more embarrassed in front of him with my silly questions. Go take the help of your professor or supervisor but don’t look like a stupid researcher in front of them.