Recently, master’s and bachelor’s students started their degree projects. Some of us are abroad while others stayed in Stockholm. I am currently working on childhood cancer, neuroblastoma with a fantastic research group at the Department of Women’s and Children’s Health, KI.
During my bachelor’s degree project, I encountered difficulties with writing my thesis. *procrastinator alert* I wish I knew about certain tools that could have improved my writing process. It would have made my life much easier. But that’s alright, we make mistakes and learn! 😉
Writing your thesis takes time since you keep redrafting your document until you submit a paper that both you and your supervisor are happy with. Each person has a different method of writing. Some prefer to start writing after finishing the experiments while others divide the sections throughout the whole period of the project. I personally recommend writing the introduction and methods in the beginning since…
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