The significance of the study is one of the chapter one’s sections in which you should write about the applications of the study as well as to whom it will be beneficial and where it can be used. In this section, you need to persuade the readers, your professor, and referees that your work worth to work on or be published. In writing the significance of the study there are some tips that can help you improve it.
The importance of variables
Write about the importance of variables and their roles in the field of study.
How they affect the existing science, make our life easier, or change the way we do things.
Write a paragraph for each variable regarding to its importance.
The statement of the problem
Refer to your research statement of the problem. State
The proficiency group
Who may benefit from this study?
Write it deductively
While you are thinking of the importance of a study, in the first stage write the most general significance/ application/ beneficiary group. Limit it in each paragraph gradually until the last one which should be the most specific group or person, etc.
The significance of the study
While you are to write the significance of the study of your thesis, begin with the variables of the study – one paragraph for each one – and explain this specific variable why, how, and to whom is significant.
Then organize the order of paragraphs based on the beneficiary groups deductively.
In the next paragraph, remind the readers the problem you are going to solve by doing this study and persuade them that this problem is of a significance and a gap which needs to be solved, and the solution will be beneficial somehow.
Expand each paragraph as far as you can. Support your statements with other researchers’ findings.
User simple present verbs in significance of the study of a thesis or dissertation and future tense in a proposal.