Here’s an excellent blog on thinking through the logistics of a writing a thesis:
By Ian Brailsford, Postgraduate learning adviser, Libraries and Learning Services, University of Auckland.
The rose-tinted view of the leisurely doctorate taking as long as it needed to complete (if it ever really existed) has been consigned to history with global drivers for ‘timely completions’. But it’s fair to say that doctoral candidates have more flexibility in determining their work schedules than most other ‘knowledge workers’. So, in determining this schedule, how much time should doctoral candidates devote to the business of writing a thesis?
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