How do I know if my text is good?
Try to look at your diploma with someone else’s eyes. If your previous written work was accepted by the teachers with a cheer, you probably can skip this point. Apparently, you are able to consistently develop your theme and anticipate the main alternatives; you know where you need to decipher your thought, and where it should not be chewed; write is not too naive, but not too difficult. But what if you had questions about at least one of these parameters?
I start to panic. What if I do not write about it at all?
To check this, use the thesis scheme. Writer paper give a title to each paragraph, select it in a separate format and replace it with the rest of the text – so you should have only the main thoughts. This is a rather hard method that will help to understand why your idea jumps, where additional bundles are needed and what you need to write in the introduction and in the conclusion to the paragraph so that it would seem to be a single whole rather than an occasional set of plots.
The second method is more cheating: specialists call it the “editing of the leitmotif” of the study. If, on re-reading, you find that you start to deviate greatly from the topic, more often insert the keywords of your diploma or a specific paragraph. Try to justify the presence of “extraneous” fragments of the text, show why in the course of the work they seemed important to you and why they turned out to be dead ends. Your text will remain scientific, but you will notice the reader in advance of possible miscalculations. But you can not deceive yourself: you need to clearly understand what your diploma really is about and whatresults you actually came to.
What if I have too much or too little text?
“Too much” is a rare claim to humanitarian diplomas. Formally, you may be scoffed, but if everything is written on the case and at a high level, the commission will be delighted.
“Too little” is a more frequent problem. The only universal advice – do not pour water and do not suck from the finger: it always produces an unpleasant impression. You can give a voluminous application to the diploma or, for example, consider four cases instead of three cases.