Thesis Consultation with Ms. Avila...
A major requirement to your graduation -- the pinnacle of your young adult life-- rests upon a pile of bound paper called a thesis.
This five-letter word has brought to tears many a young people; and many still tremble in fear just from hearing the word.
I myself was brought to tears during my
undergraduate studies when I wrote my thesis entitled "Effectiveness of Radio Advertisements as Perceived by Local Advertisers and Household Helps in Brgy. Camambugan".
Unlike most of you who are or still planning to consult with me with your thesis or feasibility studies, I did not work with my undergrad thesis with a group. I went to work on it by myself. However, it wasn't the solitude of the undertaking that brought me to tears. In fact, I dare say that I in many cases love working alone. My thesis was one endeavor that inclined me to do as such. Because let's face it... When push comes to shove, the only person working in the group is often times the one who desperately wants to finish it and the one who cares the most.
I cared. I cared so much I cried. But that was it. I was the only one who cared.
My professor at that time was either too busy with work or didn't really give a damn to instruct me properly on what I should do. My professor was suppose to be my adviser and my editor; but failed in being both.
Although I was able to pass with flying colors with only just my ability, the experience taught me how a nervous breakdown could have been avoided if I had help from someone who knows.
It is at this juncture that I ask you to please consult with me as often as you can. Let us make each other's lives easier. Don't let the work pile up on me and pass it as early as possible so that revisions can be done thoroughly.
The help denied me, shall not be denied you. We are a team. Consult with me.
See you soon! :)
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