• Have a clear and short answer to the question:’what do we know now that we didn’t know before?
  • So don't be repetitive. Look at the diss through their eyes--what might need more discussion, what questions might be asked?
  • Really know the papers that massively impacted your work. What did they do, why and how?
  • Be well versed regarding any questions or concerns that have arisen in the past.
  • Think through both research & practical extensions of your work. What can it help people do?
  • How might each committee member use your work? How does/doesn’t it fit what they do?
  • I went through all figures and tables so if a question was asked I instantaneously remembered the main message.
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