The conclusion of the thesis
At the end of the thesis, it is necessary to summarize the knowledge and results achieved by the author. In conclusion, it will also evaluate whether the main goal, but also the partial objectives that were set out in the introduction of the thesis, were or were not fulfilled.
Finally, the student summarizes his own contribution and the importance of work for theory and practice. It may also include proposals for further research or suggestions for improvement.
The conclusion of the thesis consists of two standard pages, it is written in an impersonal form, usually in the past. The conclusion as a chapter title is not numbered as the introduction.
Interpretation of survey results
In the interpretation of the survey results, the author clearly processes the information found in tables and graphs, while also evaluating them in percentage terms. The author uses quantitative and qualitative methods to evaluate the data when interpreting the survey results. For graphical evaluation, the author can choose from various types of graphs (column, circular, etc.).
Tables and graphs should be labeled with a serial number and graph and table name. In addition to tabular and graphical views, it also uses the verbal description of the data and evaluates them qualitatively.
The student of the second level of higher education should also demonstrate the ability to verify the set hypotheses. It means finding out supporting or rejecting facts in practice.
What is a hypothesis?
The hypothesis is a clear, concise and concise statement. It is one of the elements of scientific research that gives it precision. The student is based on the study of literature, personal experience, practice or discussions in creating hypotheses. It draws on what is known about the problem and pushes knowledge further – by hypothesis it reveals new aspects of the problem, expands it, puts it at a different angle.
Rules for hypothesis formulation
The shape of the hypotheses is precisely signed and the rules by which they are formulated are very simple:
- the hypothesis is a sentence theorem
- contains two variables
- one variable has two planes, among which is the relation expressed by the 2nd degree of adjective or adverb (less than, weaker than, more intense than, etc), the second variable has no planes,
- variables can be accurately measured (measured, categorized).
In a diploma thesis, a targeted, experimental or analytical method is recommended to verify hypotheses, but is not mandatory in any case.
Confirmed, refuted or unconfirmed hypotheses should be stated in the results section, or the discussion of the thesis. If there is enough evidence for own, new hypotheses, the author will also present those in the thesis.