If you're writing your Masters dissertation, you'll feel less isolated if you set up a dissertation support group with other students.
Feedback can be gold dust, but only if you reflect on it and turn it into action. Here's how to benefit the most from it.
Writing is a physical process; your brain works with your body. Moving about can help with problem solving and minimise aches and pains.
Use a Gantt chart to plan chunks of time to work on your assignment, making sure you factor in your other commitments.
In the final phase of your PhD, approach late-stage setbacks in practical ways to distract from the doubts.
Critical thinking is a skill you already have, put to work in a new environment. It gets easier with practice.
Are you failing to progress with your writing? This enhanced freewriting technique can help you get back on track.
You can strengthen your ability to concentrate, like a muscle. Try these three methods to improve your focus.
If you’re a procrastinator, it's important to make a start – any start – but begin early. And write actual sentences on the page.
Break down the job into a numbered list of tasks. Crossing off the items as you complete them will give you a feeling of achievement.