Just as in introductions, so many students get stuck when it comes to conclusions. The result? Well, sometimes the ending is rushed, other times it is extremely short and poor. Even worse, there are times when it is not a conclusion at all. Instead, it is yet another paragraph which introduces new and even interesting information; information which should not be in a conclusion. So, remember! In a conclusion you are meant to conclude, to sum up, to recapitulate and so on. Under no circumstances are you to write about anything that has not been elaborated on in the main body of your essay. In addition, make your conclusions interesting, show the examiner you have enjoyed completing your task and the time has now come for the grand finale! For, despite what you may think, conclusions are just as important as introductions. They are the last impression the examiner is left with and it should, by all means, be a lasting one! :)
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