Student often thinks that writing a thesis is complicated. They seem to think of thesis writing as some special talent given only to those favored by heaven and they believe they are not one of those. Fortunately, that is not necessarily true. The good news is thesis writing can be learned, just like how your baby brothers and sisters learned to walk or remember how you learned to bike. All you have to do is follow some simple steps and guides in thesis writing.
First you should choose a topic that is not broad and interesting to you. You need t seek the help of a thesis advisor. Your thesis advisor will know if the scope of your project is too broad or too narrow. Once the topic is selected, large task can be broken into many small ones.
Second, once the topic is broken down into smaller sections. Consider each section as its own separate project. Treat each section as a regular research paper. As a graduate student, you already wrote many papers. In this way, it will be much easier to change the paper so that they all work together as a cohesive unit.
Third but not the least is managing your time effectively. Thesis deadline is already given ahead of time to make sure that the project is finished on time so it is necessary to create a schedule. Allocate each section a certain amount of time and make sure to complete the section within the given period. Before starting the next section, make sure to have time between projected completion and the actual due date to fix errors. If you have finished each section according to the schedule, there should be no worry finishing your thesis and nothing can be complicated.