How to write more powerful conclusions for content?

Jan. 28, 2019, 12:40 p.m.

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Feb. 1, 2019, 3:30 p.m.

The first thing you need to pay attention to when writing more powerful conclusion to the abstract is the questions and goals that we set in the introduction. The conclusion should answer all questions and highlight the degree of achievement of the goals.

Describe what tasks you managed to solve when writing, what impressed you most, pay attention to the relevance of the essay topic. Remember, the conclusion is the answers to the introduction, but with the addition of your point of view.

To make it easier for the reviewer to read the conclusion to the abstract, do not write one conclusion in solid text. It is better to separately write conclusions about each of the sections of the abstract. To avoid tautology, start each conclusion with different words. For example:

  • This section talks about;
  • It can be concluded;
  • Summing up the section;
  • In conclusion, it is worth noting;
  • Summarizing;
  • Therefore, the conclusion is as follows;
  • Thus, we can draw the following conclusion;
  • The work done leads to this conclusion.

In order to better understand the structure of the conclusion, it is necessary to understand what tasks this section presents to. It is important to understand that the conclusion is a section that does not require the student to provide new information. It contains only the results of the information that was provided earlier, and your conclusions regarding this information. For writing a quality conclusion, go back to the introduction and read it again. So it will be easier for you to report on the results of the research of the topic and form your own opinion on the work done. In the conclusions, each next paragraph must be drawn up as a logical continuation of the previous one. This is very important, since the conclusions section should not be divided into subsections. This is a holistic structured model.