The minimum viable chapter

By James Hayton,
November 27, 2018

When writing, it's common to worry about whether you have enough.What if I miss something the examiner wants to see?This way of thinking leads you down a difficult path, always working to add more rather than presenting what you have.Instead, think about the minimum you need. What are the most important things you have to communicate? What are your best, most interesting results? Focus on these, and don't dilute the good stuff through fear of it not being enough.

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