How many hours a week do you spend on your dissertation?

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I must of averaged around 50% in my essays'/projects and was saved by getting firsts in my exams. I'm quite worried about my disseration, how many hours should I expect to work on this each week?
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To achieve a good grade in a dissertation, something you most definitely need to do sir/madam, you should be spending AT LEAST 6-8 hours working on your dissertation every day. No nights out, drugs, sex and other tomfoolerous acts any more. It is clear your indulgence in those lead to your poor marks in your earlier years of study.
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(Original post by KETHEAD)
I must of averaged around 50% in my essays'/projects and was saved by getting firsts in my exams. I'm quite worried about my disseration, how many hours should I expect to work on this each week?
That's something that's best answered by your faculty, as they'll know the specifics of your dissertation assignment. For example, just from your post alone I don't know how many words you're expected to write, how much time you have to submit it, what your prior knowledge of the dissertation subject is or the level to which you should know Economic theory.

Ask your prof, they should have a guideline for how much time people should/historically have spent on their dissertation.
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