A rejoint le : 16 mai 2022

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How to write a hypothesis

A hypothesis is essentially an assumption, a proposed way to solve a problem. In the diploma, this is the part that determines the direction of the study, based on the predicted result, which will be verified in the course of the study in a practical way, using sound theoretical materials for this.

It must be formulated in such a way that there are no doubts about its correctness. The correctness of its formulation depends on several factors:

  • The text should not contain inaccurate or questionable data that will form the basis of the study.

  • The results obtained in the course of the work at must be presented convincingly, and in such a way that it is always possible to check their reliability.

  • The text should eliminate any possible contradictions, it should correspond to the facts.

  • Describe the practical usefulness of the work

It is often difficult to formulate a hypothesis at the beginning of work. This is usually done after the main body is written. Only at this stage does it become possible to analyze the subject and study the materials used.

Main part

A component of any graduation project, containing a detailed description of its main essence. When preparing, you must show all your skills and knowledge gained during the period of study at the university. The sources of information can be the Internet, books or practical/statistical data (for example, company reports, statistical collections, etc.).

The main body consists of two sections:

  • Theoretical

  • Practical


The theoretical part should contain a description of the methods used in the study. It describes its understanding, taking into account the review and analysis of the problem in the scientific literature. The object of study is described with the most complete characteristics, taking into account various points of view. The theory ends with the student's view of the subject of research, indicating which solutions need to be found. The volume of the text is not more than 15 pages.


This chapter contains a description of the progress of the ongoing research. It describes in detail and step by step how the study was conducted, what practical results were obtained, an analysis of the study is carried out, it is indicated what can be improved in the area under study. In fact, each student needs to describe what personal contribution he made to the research on the chosen topic and what is its novelty, relevance and applicability in practice. Having written this part on his own, while defending his thesis before the state attestation commission, he will be able to answer any question on the topic of the work and guarantee himself a positive final grade. It is important not to forget that you can always turn to the help of a curator who will help you with recommendations and direct the practical part of the study in the right direction.


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