All further work is the cleansing of the text, giving it a uniformity and brevity of presentation. Some of the materials will certainly disappear as they fall out of context with your plan. Some of the materials will have to be slightly reformulated, add logical transitions, connecting sentences. At the end of this important business, you can write an Introduction, or an Introduction: for what you actually wrote all this, what goals were pursued, what is the relevance of this scientific work.
I will say right away that the relevance of such work is approximately the following: for three years or so, it will be stored in the archives of the university, and then it will end up in waste paper or just in the trash can. So it is not necessary to portray something special and claim to be fundamental, which will revolutionize scientific thought. A text page on how all this is terribly important and extremely relevant will be quite enough.
It seems to be done. It remains to bring gloss. Do not use washing powder. All sorts of footers, quotes, pagination, margins, indents, etc., without which scientific work can absolutely not be scientific. I am afraid that Fermat’s proof of the theorem, written on a piece of paper, or in the margins of a book, would not be considered by anyone. Indenting is wrong, there are no references to primary sources. The list of used literature is not given. Numbering is absent. No scientific value, in short.
And finally – to issue a title page, where the hero of this remarkable scientific work, and some attributes that are inherent in him, will be registered in black and white. In what university he studies, in what year and in the city he wrote all this, on what course he studies. If you have ever collected a puzzle, then, of course, you will find out how similar these classes are: picking up a puzzle and writing coursework and essays on the speed method.