(*or dissertation, if that's what you call it where you are)
Books and papers abound, conferences and classes are aplenty - but simple, straightforward and actionable advice on how to make your thesis stand out for the RIGHT reasons?
Yeah, that's where I come in 😉
No matter what discipline you are in, the methodology you're using or whether you're a hard scientist or a soft [whatever you want to put in here ;) ] there are some parts of a thesis which are non-negotiable.
Pop your details in below to grab a quick and easy guide to SEVEN Must-Have Things to put in your thesis.
Get these right, and you'll be well on your way to finishing.
Get them wrong ... well, amendments could take a lot longer 😨
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Hey, I'm Gina.
And I help Doctoral students to make progress ... and finish their degree.
I created this Guide because there are so many things that can make the completion of your doctorate easier, but which we either don't think about, or no one tells us.
And I think the journey is long enough without extra complications, don't you?
I believe the thinking might be hard, but the experience shouldn't be. And I'm on a mission to make getting a doctorate a lot more pleasant than it is for most people.
I'm in my own category: it took nine years to get my PhD. Working full-time whilst studying, dealing with all the life events at the same time, and far too long not being clear on what I was looking at or how I was supposed to do the research. Despite already being 'an academic'!
I am now also mum to two little people, devoted servant of Shelley-dog, member of my town choir and a keen swimmer.
Since working with Gina, I would say I have built the confidence and courage to continue this journey and believe I can achieve the goal eventually.
I need outside structure and accountability. Gina provides that, and it's great. Also, she listens, which is helpful.
Gina is your secret superpower!
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