Try to make it visual, not a lot of text, just the most relevant contents. You can structure it however you need to follow your explanations (you can start thinking about five main parts: Background, Research Question, Methodology, Data collection, Findings & Conclusions). Try to highlight the information that supports the achievement of your research objectives and also the information that supports your conclusions. A good exercise of personal reflection is detecting the weak and the strong points of your work. Advice: Do not “copy and paste” the written dissertation. Panel members have had the chance to read it and wish to verify that students can identify key issues. Students are advised to rehearse the presentation to ensure it is within the time limits established; if it over runs the set time, the Committee has the right to terminate the presentation and important concluding comments may not be allowed.