Resource 1: Dissertation timetable
You can find here a blank timetable. You can download this and fill it in to plan out your time, or print it off to complete if you prefer. You may wish to formulate more than one timetable during your research, breaking down the research process. For example, you might have one timetable that maps out the process start to finish (i.e. noting down which months you want to have achieved what by); and more specific timetables related to specific tasks such as writing up (see Chapter 12). An example is provided for guidance, along with a blank copy. Be sure to include deadlines specific to your school or department in your timetable.