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Australian Guide to Thesis and Assignment


When you do not know what you do not know, how can you judge what is right and what is wrong when it comes to thesis and assigment writing?


This Guide sets out to correct this situation by moving through university approved set-out processes for assignments, dissertations and reports that are just as relevant for any kind of technical or student writing.


Joan C. Baggs 2007 ISBN 987-6-5432196-9-7


Dual Harmony Publishers. PO Box 311 Cannon Hill, Queensland, 4170, Australia.

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When you do not know what you do not know, how can you judge what is right and what is wrong when it comes to thesis and assigment writing?

This Guide sets out to correct this situation by moving through university approved set-out processes for assignments, dissertations and reports that are just as relevant for any kind of technical or student writing.

If the basics of the technicalities connected with writing are learnt early in life, such knowledge can be built on and, with very little effort, progress can be made to whatever level one aspires. This Guide is suitable not only for students at all levels but also for academics writing papers, employers preparing reports and secretaries or typists interpreting others' needs. If bosses do not know how to set out a report, it will certainly help your career if you are able to assist them rectify the situation. 

To familiarise yourself with this Guide’s contents, it is suggested you read it right through, and not even attempt to remember the details. As you proceed, use the List of Contents and Index to look up the items about which you are in doubt.

Do not try and absorb everything from the beginning, as it will take quite some time before you become confident that you can handle the issues raised.

As you move through the pages, make a note of those items to be discussed with your supervisor/lecturer and follow their instructions. Gradually, everything will fall into place, and with usage, become automatic.

Choose an Australian/English dictionary in agreement with your school or department and use it constantly. Do you have access to a thesaurus? Although computers have a thesaurus, it is often quite inadequate. Use Spellcheck as your work progresses. This will not only detect spelling mistakes but also typographical errors. Add new words to the Dictionary as you proceed. You will need to check everything underlined in colour by your computer because grammatical errors are also detected.

There is a list of questions at the end of each section/chapter to reinforce the ideas presented. They will also remind you of those tasks that need to be undertaken as you read this Guide.

I am sure any student will find this book useful and it will make your assignment, dissertation and report writing more successful and easier.

Joan Baggs

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