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Setting realistic goals is a major part of planning any piece of writing, no matter at what level a student is working. Whilst at school study is completely directed, with the hope that students will gradually become more autonomous.
Some of the academic skills and strategies needed for independent learning, are not taught or directed and tend to be acquired by experience. By the time a student is an undergraduate, they have hopefully accumulated work- load and coping strategies.
At postgraduate level, the learning process is almost entirely self-directed and furthering academic skills a priority, especially as postgraduate studies are usually research based.
So, how do you set realistic goals for planning your doctoral thesis?