Areas you will have considered when writing your proposal provide a key to the main areas of the developing thesis. Look at these again now, and ensure that your proposal is aligned with the developing work. Ask yourself whether it really addresses each of these areas. You will find that the areas of the proposal that you address will form important beginnings for your chapters. However, do remember that the research journey will have changed some elements of the proposal. A proposal is often written in the future tense — and you are now writing about something which is complete — so do not just copy it over without correcting these issues.
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