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ideas for undergraduate research

Discussion in 'Teaching and Learning' started by stephen SA voetarts, May 21, 2013.

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    As part of the final year studies in the podiatry degree in SA one has to do a undergaduate thesis which involves research related to the Podiatric or its related fields. Does anyone have ideas that could help future students out. It has to be simple and straightforward as its only for undergraduate level. I appreciate all suggestions.
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  2. blumley

    blumley Active Member

    Hi as someone who has just submitted my dissertation, my single biggest piece of advice would be to just go with an area that interests you.

    This is a sizable piece of work that usually makes up a large part of your grade, so a keen interest in the topic itself is crucial. I would also recommend using fellow students for your data collection, as this makes your life a lot easier

    regards,

    Ben
     
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