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Writing up

When all the research has been completed and recorded, the assessment of your work and the award of your Masters Degree depends ultimately on what you submit. The form in which your report is made is therefore crucial. This chapter deals with the subject of how that report is written, in terms of style and format. Whether you write up each section as it is completed, or save all the writing up until the end, the issues are the same. This chapter considers the following:

  • The order in which the project is written
  • What overall style should be used
  • Writing in a language other than your native one
  • Avoiding plagiarism
  • Using references correctly and compiling the bibliography
  • Formatting
  • The use of appendices
  • Checking your work
  • Writing acknowledgements
  • Writing the abstract.
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