1. How Do I Choose a Project Topic?
Choosing a project research topic has been one of the major challenges for final year student in tertiary institution. However the following guide line will be of assistance to students.
- Brainstorm within a particular field of idea and write down possible challenges.
- Study other materials that are much related to your ideas and their background information.
- Choose a topic that you understand and avoid big vocabulary.
- Define your idea as a focused project research topic.
- Be certain of your research materials and be flexible.
- Make sure you study and research more about on your project topic.
- Come up with a thesis statement.
- Avoid plagiarism.
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3. How Do I Arrange My Table Of Content in My Project?
Table of content is a compass that provides a quick guide to a book's content. It is mostly arranged following a particular sequence usually from the first to the last page.
- First, arrange your work and number all pages.
- Be sure to arrange your project work in chapters and subheads.
- Number all the pages and insert roman numerals where necessary.
- Follow a particular order for example.
- Begin your numbering from the title page.
- Then the main chapters.
- Come up with a thesis statement
- And the appendix
4. How Can I Write My Project Abstract Correctly?
Aside writing your abstract following the above guideline, here are other mechanical notes you need to take.
- Start by introducing the actual issue your research seeks to understudy in simple or compound sentence.
- The next sentence or two should explain how you set out to accomplish this ( the research methods, sample techniques, instrument for data gathering, population of study, sample size and the likes).
- State clearly the research outcome in one, two or three sentences ( a generalized statement is often required)
- State in one or two sentences, the recommendations you ‘did like to give
- Abstracts are often presented in ‘times new roman’ font except otherwise stated
- No spacing except otherwise stated
- ‘12’ font
- One paragraph
- No citation or quote
5. I Just Got my Project Topic Approved, How Do I Start Writing?
Once your final year project topic is approved, the first thing you are expected to do is to;
Start with the introduction: Introducing your research idea requires you to give a comprehensive and elaborate overview of the idea, issue, situation or need that has prompted your research. This implies giving a background history of how it all started, including quotes of the person’s involved or one that agrees with your argument. When that is done, you set the ball rolling by giving specific reasons and what you want to accomplish at the end of the research.
Follow these steps:
By the time you are done with this, you would have almost rounded off your project chapter one.
- Background of the study (comprehensive overview).
- Statement of the problem (stating the specific reason you chose to research on the topic you have chosen).
- Objectives of the study (specific goals you want to accomplish at the end of the research).
- Research questions (turning your objectives into interrogative forms)
- Definition of terms (defining the major terms or words you will use consistently throughout the research, the way it will be applied in the research context.).
6. How Do I Choose a Project Topic?
You have your “Achilles heel” in your field of study, so do you have your ‘selling point’. Now in choosing your final year project topic, never choose from your weak areas; you will certainly fumble. Choose from your favorite area and by the way,
Let’s say you already have your academic discipline or department, agreed? And then you need a project topic from that discipline or academic department, some of these nuggets can be helpful too;
By answering these questions to yourself, the picture of your best area becomes clearer making it a good and easy start.
- Check your grades again and know the areas you are competent enough.
- Question your personal capabilities as it relates to your field of study.
- Decide which specific area or areas you will like your project topic to come from
- Identify possible challenges, issues, problems etc. in such areas that could be considered for research and write it down.
- Using the loaded internet resource or a physical library, study the background information that have been gathered already on such cases as you have already identified in no. 3 above.
- What did you find note them down.
- If it makes sense to you, go ahead and make a project topic out of it; it could be one or more.
- That could just be a draft; you can always consult a lecturer to help you with the project topic structure and the variables’ placement if you wish.
7. Where Can I Get Sample Final Year Project Materials?
The closest place to get a sample project material is online. Currently, there are online repositories of final year project topics and research materials; visit websites like codemint.net for sample research materials for various departments.
There, there are not just sample project topics, also available are the full materials which you can use as reference point in the course of your research.
Library could be another place you can get a project sample for your final year project but on a second thought, the project materials available in the library are usually small in number. This is because not all projects are kept in there; the ones you see in the library are deliberately selected. This makes the choice of the library almost lacking.
8. Like How Much Do I Need To Save For My Final Year Project?
Your final year project is not a community project, you need more than just money to finish it to the tail end; infact the financial involve is every minimal except in the case of engineering undergraduate projects, computer science, fine arts, architecture and sciences.
Otherwise, here are the resources you need:
If your final year project requires more than just a paper work like the case of implementing computer science project design, making sculpture, building mock machines or prototype, farming etc. you may have to save up a reasonable amount of money depending on what you are working on.
- Your interest (very important).
- QueYour time.
- Internet connection.
- Personal computer ( if you can afford one).
- Some cash to fix bills on typing, printing and photocopies.
- Cash for traveling (if need be).
9. What Are The Sources of Research Problems?
Here is mostly how research problems are coined; only a handful of research problems are entirely new, the rest ate either a rehash of what has already existed or an excerpt from it.
- Recommendations for further research (often stated at the end of a previous research)
- An enquiry into the causes and effects of reoccurring events (often bad ones)
- Seeking to find solution to an existing problem .
- Seeking to enquire into the pattern of occurrence of events
10. What Are Some Good Topics for A Capstone Final Year Project?
As much as I ‘did like to be very specific with my answer i.e. with the area of discipline which the final year project topic will be preferred, the following are good topics randomly picked for a capstone final year project. But then click here to get more of your department-based project topics or discipline as the case may be.
Meanwhile the random topics are as follows:
- Identifying the factors influencing the attitude of radiographers to their professional body.
- Cloud computing evaluation on how it differs to the traditional information technology outsourcing.
- Influence of structural aides on students’ academic achievements.
- The role of communication in marketing tourism…( add your specifics).
- Public health problems associated with dampness due to use of poor building materials.
- Rainwater harvesting as an alternative to qualitative water and agriculture in Nigeria.
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