Reviewing the prior art and literature and finding gaps in them consumes considerable amount of time. Devoting some time in writing the thoughts and ideas that cross our mind while going through the review sources helps in framing our approach towards the problem. Also highlighting the key points in the review literature comes in handy while writing dissertations. While scribbling and making notes from the review literature it is of utmost importance to note the citation details (i.e. Year of publication, Journal name, Author names, Title, Page number); each university has their specification for the citations, the one mentioned above is the standard format used in the IIT’s.
Dividing time and making slots of a couple of hours devoted to research, writing, and analysis; helps in the long run. Making time slots is an effective way of keeping the focus steady and preventing mismanagement of time. Being organized is one of the important key to be successful in the academic career. Many students do not form a habit of noting their findings and this coupled with the pressure of producing fruitful results leads to manipulating results; which is a major setback for all research fields.
It also makes a lot of sense to work on the dissertation notes during that part of the day when you are most productive, for not everyone is productive in the morning; the productive time varies from individual to individual. Productive time and space enhances the analytical ability of an individual, boosting the work speed. However should not in any way prohibit working or writing at other times of the day.
Seeing your colleagues produce results and publishing papers, may act as an emotional stress at times. And during these trying times it may seem hard to concentrate on research, however hard it may seem the mantra is to keep going and keep the focus on the target.
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