If you’ve never written a final year project research, this may be the most awful thing you ever heard about doing a research. Or let’s say you already had a bite from the pie, this could sound less shocking and more like an evocation. Final year research is always embraced with enthusiasm and most times draggy attitude. Let me engage you with three freaking facts about writing final year projects.
It costs a lot more than money
Sometimes final year students take advantage of their research project to make the whole lot of money they never made during their school days. Surprising enough, they discover in the middle of the game that money wasn’t the in-thing after all. It takes lot of stress, energy, smartwork, time, human resources and networking to get down your project successfully. It would be really cool if you give it all of this and backup your effort with money.
Early birds do not always catch the worms in this case
The Hypes glared at early birds is not always the outcome while writing final year project research. You may begin quite early but end up rushing to fill in lost times. It may not be your fault anyways; it’s just one of those things I talked about earlier. You may not find your way easily through the data gathering and analysis and so your problem begins when your network of relationships can’t be of help.
Several other factors that could cause delay in the presentation of final year research projects may include, working with a lazy or ‘too busy’ instructor, limited resource materials, The location of the research case study and paying little or no attention to corrections.
There will always be a comeback for picking a topic you never had interest for.
One most exciting feeling one could ever have before delving into a research is if the researcher has the resource materials handy. It promises you a stress-free research season but not so fast; a little observation or correction can throw you off balance totally. You know, it’s easier to fix a mistake you made than one anyone else made.