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Did I forget something? Thesis writing – Part I

Did you grow up thinking that you would end up writing a book? If you’re working on your thesis, that’s what you’re doing, writing a book. Whoo hoo! From start to end, that’s what you’re doing and it explains why it can be a challenge. But with a few tips, your “book” (thesis) can provide exceptional … Continue reading

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