The Guardian homeBy Stella Klein. Does your writing stick to the point? Have you backed up your claims with evidence? And have you made any silly typos?
Don't underestimate the time required to review and revise your dissertation. In this third and final part of our series, we look at how to do a good job of editing.
Part 1: How to plan your dissertation.
Part 2: How to write your dissertation.

Review your work as a whole
Keep your outline plan in front of you, and go through your work as a whole. Have you developed a clear argument in response to your central question or dissertation title?
Make sure the content matches the title appropriately – don't be afraid to re-phrase your dissertation topic if you've shifted focus while writing or you want to do so while reviewing. Read more...