5 Tips To Defend Final Year Project With Flying Colors

Defending a project has never be easy as far as tertiary institutions is concern. Defending a project is one of the most hardest thing to do according to research.

As difficult as it may seem, it's a basic requisite or task everyone must partake of as a final year student of any institutions of higher learning.

Below are five (5) tips to follow if you must defend your final year project with flying colors.

1.Prepare For Questions

If you are prepared for questions that may be asked during your defense, then your answers will flow smoothly and effectively. This will prove your knowledge on the subject, and strengthening your argument.

Ask friends and family, read your work for them to listen to your presentation, and write down questions. You may be lucky the panel will ask you those questions you have already prepared on.

2. Strong Summary

Summarizing your chapters will help keep your audience focused because it is easy for a mind to drift, so providing summaries will ensure your panel will follow along, even if they lose focus for a brief moment.

Visual aides, such as graphs and power-point presentations can be very helpful. If you are going to use these, make sure to practice your presentation with them.

3. Be Confident in Your Project Work

Not knowing your topic inside out will cause you to struggle and ultimately fail with your defense.

You need to know the subject from every angle to ensure you are fully prepared for any question that may come your way.

4. Conclusion

Reinforce your findings to conclude your defense. The finale of your presentation should focus on proving the work that has been done.

You may need to recap on what has changed and remained unchanged, if is necessary.

5 . Listen

Before you get defensive or recite a particular answer, make sure you truly understand the question being asked.

Being a good listener is an important quality, because providing an inaccurate or off-topic answer will also weaken the validity of your paper.

Yeah! Now is your turn to make your contributions, how did you go about yours successfully? Please tell us.

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