Dissertation: The Lazy Student's Guide to Writing a Dissertation

Dissertation: The Lazy Student's Guide to Writing a Dissertation

by Ben Robinson


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The Lazy Student's Guide to Writing a Dissertation is the ultimate study companion for final year students, with no-nonsense, morally questionable tips and tricks geared toward helping you complete your dissertation as painlessly as possible.

Written with the stark realities of student life in mind, the guide shows you the essential information required to complete your dissertation, including how best to choose a topic and a tutor, write a literature review, and squeeze every last drop out of your final submission.

Not for the easily offended, the guide will drag you kicking and screaming (and occasionally laughing) through the process of writing your dissertation, without wasting time repeating content already available online and provided by your university.

Filled with "the collective wisdom of a million, billion forefathers... with a handy tl;dr (too long; didn't read) summary placed conveniently at the end of each chapter to help satisfy the fragile minds of the ADHD generation," The Lazy Student's Guide contains all the good stuff other guidebooks won't tell you.

So if you're one of the hundreds of thousands of undergraduate students who each year suffers the trauma of having to write a dissertation, take a look inside and see for yourself how you can achieve a decent mark with minimal effort.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781537436098
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 09/17/2016
Pages: 88
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.21(d)

About the Author

Ben 'Guru' Robinson, known affectionately by his peers as "Dick", didn't grow up in Limerick, Ireland, however he does enjoy talking with a Swedish accent, just to confuse people.

His latest work, "The Lazy Student's Guide to Writing a Dissertation", compiles many years worth of experience and experimentation in the education sector, drawing on lessons and tips he's shared with a wide array of students. The book has been met by critical acclaim, particularly from Ben's mother, who, upon reading the completed work, said, "are you sure you're allowed to put that on Amazon?"

Ben has won numerous awards throughout the course of his career, including in 2001, the prestigious "Most Improved Player" award for commitment to his school's football team, whilst in 2006 he finished 3rd in a "Most Handsome Devil" competition whilst on holiday in Turkey.

When he's not trying to be funny, Ben devotes his time to writing obscure, frankly unpublishable fiction, largely discussing mental health and the lack thereof.

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