When the time comes, writing your dissertation will likely be an entirely new process for you. You won’t have any weekly deadlines or regular discussions with your advisors. You’re on your own and in a lot of ways it’s like writing your own book. This kind of independence means that our desire for academic success will likely be your only companion, constantly encouraging you to more through each of the writing phases, no matter how challenging they may be.
You could see then why the effectiveness of your dissertation process is influenced by your desire for academic success. But for some students, the prospect of a career in academia isn’t as appealing as it was when they first started graduate school.
If you are unsure of your desire to earn a Ph.D. in your field and embark on the long journey of transition from student to academic professional, you may want to consider a few things.
Writing your dissertation is just the first piece of serious and intense scholarship that follows in a successful career in academia. It sets the standard by which you will be held as a professional and expert in your field. Your desire for academic success, then, directly influences just how much time and effort you are willing to commit to the dissertation writing process. Before you start on the long journey take the time to consider just how much you want and deserve that Ph.D.
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