right at the start of your dissertation, how much more time can you save for possible revisions from your supervisor?
Is your dissertation submission deadline closing in and you haven’t even started collecting your primary data because you have got no idea about primary research methodologies?
Are you confused whether to use quantitative research or qualitative research methodology to collect your primary data?
Are you worried because you are not sure whether your research instrument will get the information you are looking for?
There are a number of students who struggle with "can I get the information?" and "what do I do with it when I have it?"
***Whether you are carrying out qualitative or quantitative research, or experiments, you should BEGIN AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE because it may take longer than you expect especially if they require special equipment and learning new methods.***
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