How to Make a Good Dissertation?

Want to do a good dissertation? Everyone wants to be well evaluated in their dissertations, after all, this type of text is charged in most selective processes. Therefore, be aware of the characteristics of this textual modality. Many write, write, and do not seek to know even the basics necessary to make a dissertation.

So, be cautious in your dissertation as to the following points:

a) Verbs: verbs must be in the third person, that is, referring to: he, she, they, them.

b) Language: it is formal, therefore, it obeys the grammatical norms. In this way, jobs of colloquial expressions, that is, orality and slang are excluded, such as: okay, bofe there, cap the sun with the sieve, nobody deserves, that is smelling bad, no notion, comrade, etc.

c) Words: should be used in their denotative, literal, or rather, in the dictionary. Leave figurative meaning for poetry and other types of texts.

d) Expressions: it is common to read: I think, in my opinion, according to what I think in this regard, in essays. However, these placements are redundant because it is a text that shows the author’s point of view in relation to a fact. So it is redundant to use such expressions, even though one must keep the third person from the discourse.

e) Periods: they must be objective and clear. Preferably, shorter, because very long periods cause confusion. Enjoy and make sure the score is correct: if the end point is present in each completed idea! It will be wrong if the sentences are amended by commas, causing the long and confusing period.

f) Structure: observe here the paragrafation, that is, the division by paragraphs and also if there is introduction, development and a good conclusion. Often, this last part is forgotten!

Finally, note if your dissertation has a minimum of 15 written lines and a maximum of 35 (size required in most selective processes, especially ENEM).

If you follow these basic and sufficient criteria of the dissertation then you will surely have a great evaluation!