Is the central theme clear and the structure correct?
Clear and constructive feedback with the help of checklists for the most important chapters of your thesis.
The abstract is a maximum of one A4 sheet of paper.
The abstract is placed after the preface and before the table of contents.
The objective is specified in the abstract.
The problem statement is given in the abstract.
The research questions or hypotheses are included in the abstract.
The methodology and approach of your research are briefly explained.
A summary of the most important results is given.
The conclusion is given (the answer to your research question / problem statement).
The results have been discussed and explained (discussion).
Suggestions for follow-up research are presented.
Any recommendations are concisely discussed.
The abstract clarifies what the thesis is about (also for those without prior knowledge).
The introduction of the research is written with a stimulating topic.
The topic is limited.
The scientific relevance is demonstrated (not applicable to all theses).
The practical relevance is demonstrated.
The most important scientific articles about the topic are summarized (not applicable to all theses).
The objective is formulated.
The problem statement is formulated.
The conceptual framework is determined.
The research questions or hypotheses are formulated.
The research design is described briefly.
The thesis overview is added.