Also, James, I disagree with you about re-reading you thesis before your defense. As the writer, you should already know what is in there! You may need to brush up on a few key points, as you mentioned, but quite frankly, I didn’t even have time for that – and I didn’t feel like I needed to do that because I knew my work inside and out (as you should, before you complete the writing stage). (I also had no time to re-read the 352 pages of my dissertation before my defense). I kept a list of all of the topics I wanted to read up on before my defense, but I never got around to it, and it didn’t end up changing the outcome — largely because I already KNEW that material even though I was a tad nervous about it all.
And I hold 2 count’em 2 I always reread my thesis so many times that I begin to dream about if. But the day before my defense I do not at it. This give me time to let it settle and I can relax. Remember, YOU are the expert on your subject. Someone mentioned use cartoons, I did exactly that, drove home the point, and everyone remembered it. Also, someone said don’t be to technical or use too much topic/subject vernacular, this makes it tiring. I always, in teaching, speaking, strictly adhere to the . philosophy, “Keep It Simple S—–“. Unless necessary to expand, and even then Don’t Overdo It. Allow for questions, keep everyone’s interest. Leave them wanting more. Yes this is the culmination of years of work. Work you did, and no one knows you subject as well as you. Be relaxed and prepared. Enjoy this experience. Over several weeks preceding your defense date, have friends & colleagues, drill you. Also, your mentors job it to bring out the best in you, and have you prepared as much as possible. I went to a university that if had I written” my mentor was a douchebag”, in my thesis, that would have ended my doctorial pursuit, also probably have me before the ethics and the board. Be professional and present well.
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