Having said all that, it's still useful to get comments from others in addition to your advisor.
Ask your friends to read your thesis to (1) find typos and obvious mistakes, and (2) note areas where they think something is unclear, so you can improve the writing.
A thesis is technical story which you are telling the world through your expertise on fraction of knowledge in Computer Science. Quite a few of my acquaintances have gone through this experience.
I was darn lucky in my second graduate program with my professor playing a godfather.
Suddenly you realize you’ve explained something differently or too many times in different chapters, or you find some blatant contradiction that you’d never seen between chapters 2 and 5.
Then, you’ll need to wait for feedback from your advisors, which will mostly likely be infinitely useful but may not be as quick as you’d hope.
), not to mention the fact that the College Senate needs to officially meet to approve the recommendations from your examining board.
‘Tis a formality, but we know how academe likes its formalities.
A comparative study should certainly help you get your thesis done pretty fast.
To sum up, stop depending on your prof, organize your work better, and work with the focus on each step at a time.