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I working on my dissertation and I'm unsure how many questions should my questionnaire (published online) consist of. As for methodology, I'm doing a quantitative approach and thus I need to prepare a survey. Honestly speaking, my topic is still a bit unclear and I need to know how many questions should I ask people to clarify my topic.
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Hi,

I working on my dissertation and I'm unsure how many questions should my questionnaire (published online) consist of. As for methodology, I'm doing a quantitative approach and thus I need to prepare a survey. Honestly speaking, my topic is still a bit unclear and I need to know how many questions should I ask people to clarify my topic.
Hi there!

When I was preparing to gather my research for my Business Management Dissertation, I had a system on what I worked to get the best questions and the right amount.

So I started by reading through my literature review (assuming you have already completed this). And I selected themes, topics and questionable content and made a set of questions out of them. This way, when it comes to your analysis, you already have a matching system to go alongside your literature review. Your dissertation is mostly about finding patterns or similarities or differences and you can do that by comparing the existing literature with your own research.

So try taking my approach, question your respondents on your literature review basically! There is no right and wrong if you have tons of questions, you just need the right amount of research to analyse.

Hope this helps!
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