It would be great to know what your examiners think about your thesis. So awesome to know what questions they’re going to ask. Probably a relief to know what the viva is going to be exactly like.
You can’t ask your examiners for help. You can’t know what questions they will ask. You can’t know how they will go about running the viva.
You have a supervisor. You may have more than one. All of them have PhDs. They probably act as examiners too. So ask them questions.
Ask them what they do when they read a thesis. Ask them if there are any questions that they always have in mind. Ask them what they would want to know about your research.
You can’t know your examiners’ perspective in advance. But you can get your supervisors’ thoughts: not the same, but they’ll come from experience and will be valuable.
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