As your thesis goes on, you may have done your research and composing your research analysis? But if you are frustrated that probably your research results fail to compliance your thesis hypothesis and worried this will affect the marking of your thesis, you may find the below tips useful.
Dissertation Thesis Hypothesis – An Integral Part of a Research Project
By Cheryl Cooper
The backbone of a perfectly written dissertation is the dissertation hypothesis. If your hypothesis is strong, powerful and supportive throughout the research project then there is no way that your thesis will be rejected by your supervisor.
There are several points that you should keep in mind while writing the dissertation thesis hypothesis of a research project out of which I have compiled a few important ones. You should have a look on them as well.
1- Hypothesis is a short but a complete glimpse of the dissertation theme. You must make sure that you are only focusing on the central idea of the research project. Pick out the main slot and make a fine claim that you are going to work in your research project. The short sentence should be as short as possible but never neglect its importance in any ways since the whole research project will base on this little sentence.
2- When you are working on the proposal for dissertation thesis, you might change your view points about the subject which may also force you to change the hypothesis as well. So it is better that you should write your statement in the end on the thesis when you have the whole picture in your head.
3- This little statement is a claim that you are going to prove or disapprove base on the concrete research in your thesis. Therefore, never be disappointed if your statement or claim goes wrong. It is just a test that you are going to perform and it’s not necessary if it goes right or wrong. The thing that matters is the research that you have conducted throughout the research project.
4-Never confuse a dissertation hypothesis with the research question since they both are totally different statements. One is a question and another is a claim, so once you have a theme to work on. Just open your guideline that your supervisor gave, find in what form the problem statement has to be given and according to it, make a research question or hypothesis out of it.
5- Never work on any idea that has been worked on before. Try to be more unique and exclusive in searching for a topic and problem statement. The more unique you are in your approach, the more will be the good results.