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Each dissertation needs to follow a specific format. Format, or structure, is essential for any paper - after all, there has to be a clear way to organize one's thought's, ideas, plan out research, discuss results and point out their implications. Following a specific format of a dissertation is especially true - a dissertation is an especially big piece of writing, which will resemble a scramble of ideas without a proper dissertation format.
Now, it's important to know and realize that dissertation format requirements are for the most part invariable (we will further this idea below); however every school and university might 'tweak' them up a little, depending on the course and aim the paper serves. For instance dissertation format of master's and PhD level will look alike; however certain elements will be different. So, what are the typical dissertation elements? The basic required elements of its structure are:
- Introduction Chapter
- Literature Review
This is is the basic dissertation format. It might as well differ from the standard, for that purpose it is always best to check with your professor before starting to work on your dissertation.