By: Lindsy Sullivan
Developing a thesis can be tricky, and sometimes it can be the hardest part of writing a paper. During my time as a writing consultant, I’ve realized that not every trick works for every student; everyone learns differently. This prompted me to interview my fellow writing consultants, hoping to hear some of their own tips for writing theses. Here are their suggestions:
Annie: First, ask yourself what interests you. Next, ask yourself why that topic interests you, and then brainstorm a rough thesis.