A lot of writers make the mistake of rushing through the conclusion paragraph. They feel like once they have finished their body paragraphs, they can just slap on a conclusion and be good to go. Don’t make this mistake.
The conclusion is an essential piece of your paper and should be taken seriously. Don’t just rewrite your thesis and be done with it. It should have just as much thought put into it as the other paragraphs. It is a good way to leave your reader thinking about your topic and to wrap everything up. It’s like watching a movie and waiting the suspense build up and then there is a quick scene that leaves you wondering why you watched the movie in the first place.
Don’t leave your reader disappointed. Here are some great tips to follow to make your conclusion paragraph a success.
Make your conclusion interesting. It is your last impression. If your paper is really long and you don’t restate the purpose, you will have lost your audience. Give them a recap of important points or leave them with similar things to think about. A good conclusion is an important part of a good paper. It is the closure that your audience needs. Be sure to take your time and add a personal touch to it so that the reader can identify with you. Make sure that you don’t take it for granted just because you are so close to the end.
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