How to handle a large amount of literature?

Sometimes, if not always, we get huge amount of literature to review or we just simple want to keep our scope broader than we probably need just to be on the safe hand or to integrate our research with wider stands of literature. But how to handle tons of literature within which some are bound... Continue Reading →

How to be self-disciplined in your individual doctoral research project?

There are different types of doctoral programmes offered by universities around the world. Three main types can be identified: structured, project-based and individual. Usually, in structured doctoral programmes, students take classes and after a certain stage they start developing a research project under supervision of two or more professors. In project-based doctoral programmes, students do... Continue Reading →

6 Steps for Self-Discipline When You Study

Have you ever heard the quote, "Self-discipline is the difference between choosing what you want now and choosing what you want most"? It's a quote that tons of people in the business world follow religiously in order to get exactly what they most desire from their companies. It's a theory that many people use to... Continue Reading →

Ten Study Methods That Work

Studying effectively is not a matter of chance. Educators and psychologists have researched study methods for years. Some of the best studies come from the top universities: Stanford, Indiana, and Chicago where precise experiments with student groups have shed light on the most effective study methods. Students who follow these methods learn more easily, retain... Continue Reading →

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