Think of it as a brief roadmap that begins with an intriguing opening line, includes a quick summary of the topic and ideas you’ll present, and concludes with a thesis statement.
Opening Hook It’s important to draw your reader in from the very first sentence.
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The conclusion is a very important part of your essay.
Although it is sometimes treated as a roundup of all of the bits that didn’t fit into the paper earlier, it deserves better treatment than that!
It's the last thing the reader will see, so it tends to stick in the reader's memory.
(Tools like Citation Machine and Easy Bib can help.) Use Grammarly’s plagiarism checker to help you find any citations you may have missed and properly attribute them.
(Trust us—your professor will check for plagiarism and find it if you don’t!
You may wish to check with your professor about specific recommendations in your field of study; many fields have specific formats for conclusions and other parts of essays, research reports, and experiments.
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