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How to organize and to prepare a good presentation?
It usually happens that during thesis defense most of the commissioners will have not yet read your paper, rather hurriedly looked over the introduction that, of course, cannot make proper impression on your final paper. Therefore, it is very important that you make this necessary impression – and the best one - during your defense process. It is a big challenge ant a big opportunity at the same time to present in rather short time your topic that you have been developing for several months. In the same short presentation time you should show your confidence in your thesis as well as to prove how it is important in scientific aspect. Moreover, you can show that all the information presented in your paper is useful, correct and logically explains the solution of your raised problem.
To continue with, you should prepare a comprehensive and not too long presentation based on the main aspects of your final paper. Do not spend too much time and efforts for discussions of parts such as paper theory and empirical research. You should mention only the main aspects of the latter while the main attention should be dedicated for consideration of your topic conclusions and recommendations.
While the presentation say and mention only the things that are written in your final paper. Otherwise a misguided impression can occur that not everything has been written in your final manuscript. As a matter, the commission can raise then additional questions and discussions that will require your fast and accurate reaction to find appropriate arguments and/or examples for your defense.
Finally, your thesis defense is not a presentation of any marketing strategy for new mobile telephone company advertisement. Do not overload your presentation slides with big amount of text, pictures or special effects. It is much more advisable to use graphics, tables and neutral visualizations and colors.