How can I make my dissertation better?

How to write a dissertation

  1. Choose your research topic carefully.
  2. Check what’s required of you.
  3. Have a clear goal and structure.
  4. Write as you go.
  5. Continue to question.
  6. Don’t underestimate the editing stage.
  7. Enjoy the achievement.

How do I make my dissertation look professional?

Headers and footers can give your dissertation a very professional look….Headers and footers

  1. Your name.
  2. The date.
  3. The name/logo of your home educational institution.
  4. The name/logo of the company or organization where you completed a placement.
  5. The title of your dissertation (which may be shortened if necessary)
  6. Page numbers.

Can you do a Masters with a 2.2 degree?

You might think having a third or a 2.2 means you can’t do a Masters, but this isn’t always the case. Many universities do accept third class and 2.2 degrees for Masters applications.

Can I get a good job with a 2.2 degree?

Many of the opportunities for graduates with 2.2 degrees are with organisations for whom IT is not their main business, including engineering companies. Some recruiters’ graduate IT schemes are open to applicants with 2.2s who also have a masters.

Is 2.1 a good grade?

A 2.1 also puts you in a good position for employment, graduate programmes and post graduate study. For some institutions and for some employers, this is the minimum grade acceptable. Like a first-class honours, the number of students achieving a 2.1 has increased significantly in the past few years.

Is a 2.2 a pass?

An Upper Second-Class Honours (a ‘2:1’, pronounced two-one) = Grade A* A Lower Second-Class Honours (a ‘2:2’, pronounced two-two) = Grade A. An Ordinary Degree (or Pass) = Grade C.

What goes on a dissertation title page?

The Dissertation Title Page

  1. The title of your project.
  2. Your full name (including student number if required)
  3. Clarification of whether this is a dissertation or thesis document.
  4. The name of your academic department.
  5. The name of your university.
  6. The degree name that the dissertation or thesis has been written for (e.g. Doctor of Philosophy)