Use a checklist of your own bad writing habits to correct and improve your work.
Use the Navigation Pane in Word to help you check the structure of your work.
'Swiftly reading your own or other people’s work for the flow of ideas across paragraphs is a great way to improve your argumentation.'
Ask a friend or colleague to check your writing is clear.
When writing your thesis, you may find that you go through moments of disengagement and even be tempted to give up. If this happens, try to reconnect with your passion for the subject.
Maintain the flow of your writing by focusing on the main ideas.
Always check your writing for over-long sentences and insert a full stop.
If you have to edit out sections of your writing, keep them in case they're useful for another project.
Focus on using powerful, single-word verbs to make your writing more formal.
Start your essay with a strong opening paragraph.