Time management is very important factor in the cycle of humanity and if there is anything you cannot take back, I think it is time. As an undergraduate at the verge of finishing school, time is a treasure you must hold very closely so it doesn’t slip. You are not far from the truth if you say you have enough time to write your undergraduate research project but how feasible is that? Do you really have enough time? If yes, how well can you use it to make the most of your project research?
Remember what they say about early birds (they are fortunate catching the early worms). When you start your research process early enough, first by choosing one or two undergraduate project topics, you will get your project topic approved earlier because there are yet very few files to be treated by your instructor so he/she has to attend to you.
That’s also the same case when you submit your project chapters early; because he still has few project cases to treat, you have better opportunity to table your research materials to your supervisor and be sure to get the vetted copy as soon as possible.
Your PC will do magic
If you have a personal computer, writing your research project will be as efficient as you want it and time saving too. Using your PC will save you so much stress writing in a sheet of paper and sending it to the typist; infact you can easily effect necessary corrections quick and early than going to the typist every other day.
Effect corrections immediately
For the sake of emphasis, make sure you effect every necessary correction that your supervisor has marked as soon as you can. Do not keep it, send the corrected copies to your supervisor as soon as possible so you can get approval to bring the next chapter.
Continue with the next chapter
Even when the previous chapter hasn’t been approved yet, keep writing. Don’t wait until chapter two is approved before you proceed to chapter three; as long as you are not a plagiarism evangelist keep writing.