Tutorials for writing a thesis or a TFE
At the end of the academic year, writing a dissertation or a final report, requires a great deal of hard work followed by a good study method. A thesis is indeed a lengthy project which demands a structured approach.
My Sherpa offers a preparatory course to provide you with the best possible help for your thesis-writing and TFE (travail de fin d’étude) across various disciplines (nursing, accounting, computer science, etc.). Our specialised coaches have themselves defended their thesis or taken the TFE; therefore, they can appropriately guide you on how to structure your work, keep it focused and examine it critically. With the help of various types of sessions, our coach will give you plenty of useful tips that will help you to complete your project successfully.
The coach will help you to clearly organise your ideas, structure your thesis, ensure a strong connection among different parts of your work and finally write a bibliography.
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My Sherpa coaches help their students understand the complex theoretical concepts and apply them in practical exercises.
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