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Getting Academic Help From A Professional Writer: How To Write A Great Thesis Fast

For whatever reason it may have happened, suddenly the months that you were given to write your thesis have just flown by. Not only is your paper not ready to be handed in, you haven't even started it. You have the research handy but not one word on paper. Here is how to write a great thesis while the clock is ticking. First things first--relax and don't panic. This can be done so dial down the stress level, find a quiet place to get started, and watch as the thesis emerges faster than you ever thought possible.

  • Write an outline of what you need in each section: Make sure that you are remembering to put all of your needed sections in the thesis. The outline doesn't have to be pages long, just jot down the main ideas that need to go on each page.
  • Write Freestyle: Sit down in front of the computer and open up your choice of writing document. Take a deep breath and just start to type. Don't worry about if words are spelled correctly, or even if what you are writing makes any sense. Just get it all out there on the screen.
  • Set a timer: Give yourself 30 minutes or whatever sounds good to you. What you write in this time period can be cleaned up and made to look pretty after. You will find that the closer you get to the timer going off, the more that you seem to need to say. When it dings, take a break.
  • Turn of the spellchecker: Nothing is more annoying when you are trying to type as fast as possible than a little red line under a whole bunch of words. Most people feel the need to correct these right away, wasting valuable time. A first draft is going to have tons of mistakes so don't worry about it.
  • Back away from the backspace key: During the first draft, resolve not to touch the backspace key at all. After pressing it 75 times in a row to get rid of a sentence you may find the sentence was fine the way it was. Save the backspace for editing.
  • Edit, proofread, and print: Now it is time to put it all together. Move the information around so it is in the logical order you want it to be in. Read it out loud to ensure it makes sense. Read it again. Proofread and do your corrections. Proofread again. Press print and there you go-- a great thesis in record time.