Tips and Tricks

The Top Thesis Mistake

January 26, 2012
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There's one simple part of the thesis where 90% of grad students slip up: The title page.

So the SFU Library has written up a help page that outlines what to put onto your title page.

It's understandable that, after all the hours of work you've put into your thesis, the title page is the last thing that you get around to creating — but a mistake on the title page can delay the acceptance of your thesis by the Library, so we're sharing this quick tip with you.

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