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Dissertation Survey

How to Conduct a Dissertation Survey in Less Than a Week?

The dissertation survey is often rumored to be the scariest process in the entire dissertation.

Is that true or is it just a rumor?

Well, we don’t deny that the research process isn’t difficult but with the right guidance, you will be able to get through this tricky process triumphantly.

But first let’s see why it is so important for your dissertation
The main purpose of a dissertation, thesis or a research article is to come up with an original study based on logical reasoning that is supported by authentic sources. To do that, new research study needs to be conducted also known as the dissertation survey.

For that, just follow these simple steps and complete your research process in less than seven days.


Day 1: Developing A Hypothesis

After the selection of your research topic and composition of your research aims and objectives comes the most important aspect of the dissertation which is the hypothesis development. A hypothesis is a testable statement that provides a logical supposition for the outcome for your research. Before starting any research, make sure that you develop a hypothesis so that it guides your investigative process.

Day 2: Designing The Study Strategy

Based on the hypothesis you will develop your research strategy. Here, the first question that you will be asking yourself is ‘what is the purpose of this survey?’ After which you can design a study strategy by answering the following questions.

  1. Who are my stakeholders?
  2. What is the best way to reach them?
  3. What are their demographics and where do they live?
  4. What is the best way to investigate the problem highlighted in the hypothesis?

Day 3: Collecting The Data

There are several common ways for collecting the data for your research. For example, for qualitative and primary researches, the method for collecting the data is often through personal interviews and open ended questionnaires. Similarly, if your research is based on secondary data, then you need to have a clear understanding of the sources where this data will be available. There are several aspects that should be kept in mind while collecting the data. For example, you need to know the sample size that you will collect which depends on the size of your target population. For collection of the data, it is wise to choose a data collection method that is sure to give you the highest rate of response.

Day 4: Analyzing The Data

The collected data is compiled and entered in the software or system where it will be analyzed. The data is analyzed in order to answer the question that was first posed for evaluation. The analysis technique you choose for your data depends on your hypothesis and data collection method.

Day 5: Drawing Conclusions

The result of the analysis needs to be interpreted and conclusion needs to be drawn. There are several limitations for the survey that needs to be kept in mind while drawing the conclusion, i.e. possible biasness of the interpretation, validity and reliability of the data.

Hence, if you organize your work schedule from the beginning, then conducting the dissertation survey can be done in no time.

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