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In most of the countries, the degree ends with an assignment or report or project, which has to be completed by doing research, adding real time assessment, findings and finally preparing a long written report on your findings, this complete exercise can be collectively termed as dissertation. While in other countries the word 'thesis' is used , or sometimes these words are used interchangeably. Thus, dissertation is a research project completed as a part of undergraduate and post graduate program. Writing long dissertation reports would require perfect dissertation layout Help, which can be availed from professional academic writers.

Thus, we can define dissertation as the research project completed as a mandatory submition requirement at the end of the undergraduate or post graduate program. Usually students provide findings in response to the question choose by them at the beginning of the session. The dissertation tests the skills acquired by the students during the degree duration. Though, the students can take guidance from the teachers but dissertations are largely independent. Thus, when it comes to editing the long reports, the work becomes tiring and cumbersome.

Structure or Layout of the Dissertation

The structure of the dissertation depends on the field of your studies. But usually, in this academic writing there are 4 to 5 stages. The common stages in the dissertation of any of the discipline are:

1.An introduction of your topic that will be discussed 2.A literature review 3.Overview of the results 4.Implications of the results 5.Conclusion to show what has research contributed

Other important elements of the dissertation include title page, abstract, and reference list. Apart from all, you should follow the guidelines of your university department. Students can look over for the perfect dissertation layout help from professional assignment providers. Let's look into them one by one:

Title Page: This is the first page of the dissertation report which contains title, your name, university name, department name, submission date, roll number. The title page is also used as cover page of the report when printing and binding.

Acknowledgement: This page is used to thank the supervisor, university, family, friends and everyone who helped and supported you in completing your dissertation. Abstract: This part consists of short summary of the dissertation in 150 to 300 words. An abstract should contain:

•Main theme or topic of the research •Method used •Summary of the result •Conclusion

Table of Content: It contains all the headings and sub-headings of a particular chapter. It contains detailed name and page number of every chapter. It includes appendices too. This table gives overview of your report and helps navigate through it. You can generate table of contents automatically in Word.

List of Figures and Tables: When you dissertation includes a lots of figures and tables, you should mention them here with page number and name. The list can be generated automatically using Insert Caption feature in word.

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Now, starts the most important stages of the dissertation writing. For a perfect dissertation layout help, students can contact academic assignment writers and get rid of the depression and anxiety.

1. Introduction: In introduction you set the tone of the report. Here, you mention the topic, purpose, relevance and also gives an outline of what to expect from the dissertation. The reader should understand what, why and how of your research.

2. Literature Review: Before starting the research process, you need to get a grip of the academic work already done on your topic. It includes collecting data, evaluating each source and then drawing connection between each source. Now, in literature review you not only summarise the previous works but you develop a structure and argument that justifies clearly the basis of your research.

3. Methodology: This section describes the process by which research is conducted. The points that must be included are the overall approach, type of research, methods of collecting data, tools and equipments used, also include any roadblocks hit by you while doing research.

4. Result: Next, in your report comes the point of reporting result. The result relevant to your objective should be added to the report. Bars, graphs, charts may also be included in the result section.

5. Discussion: To interpret the meaning of your result, this section is used. The connection between the objective of your research and the result obtained is set here. Here, you discuss the result in detail, discussing whether it met your expectations or how they fit the chapterwise discussion in your report.

6. Conclusion: Now comes the part where you clearly and concisely state the conclusion to the main question of your dissertation. This gives reader a clear understanding of the result of the argument. Conclude the dissertation with final reflection on what you did and how you did. It is important to include your contribution to the field of the research you have done. Finally, add some of your recommendations for the research.


It is important to cite and refer to all the ideas you have taken from previous research papers or dissertation. The citation is done in a particular format as university guidelines. Citation and referencing saves your work from being plagiarized.

Wrapping it up

The layout of the dissertation has just been discussed above. Still if students have any doubt, they can contact BookMyEssay?, the professional academic writers and get perfect dissertation layout help. BookMyEssay?, have an array of experts with specialization in various subjects. They provide fully researched assignments and dissertations without any plagiarism. You can contact them 24by7.

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