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How to Effectively Conclude Your Coursework?

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Olivia James
How to Effectively Conclude Your Coursework?

“In literature and in life we ultimately pursue, not conclusions, but beginnings.”

― Sam Tanenhaus, Literature Unbound

 

No doubt that the introduction and the body part of your coursework take up most of your writing time and effort. But the conclusion is more worth investing your time in than you think. Consider it as the “so what” part of your coursework where you have to answer this to your audience.

 

It is rather more difficult to write the conclusion than other parts of your coursework as here you would like to impress the reader and leave a final impact on your paper. Students often look for coursework help in order to write an effective conclusion.

 

The conclusion is not just summarising the essay. Here you have to restate the major arguments such that the reader can get a complete idea of your coursework by simply going through the conclusion. Let us now discuss some tips which will help you draft a strong conclusion.

 

  1. Start by restating your idea – Providing an overview of the idea you have started with will help you to more strongly emphasize your arguments and show how the evidence is able to prove them. Here you can summarize all the points of your arguments and explain their correlation with the evidence.

 

  1. Decide how you wish to end your paper – Depending upon the kind of coursework you are working on, you have to decide how you want to leave the reader. You can end with a word of warning, create an image in their minds, and convince them to take some action or present the importance of the issue. This way, you will be able to arouse a feeling in the reader after finishing your coursework.

 

  1. Avoid using cliché – It is quite common to start a conclusion by writing “in conclusion,” or “in summary,” or something like that. But there is no need to use such clichés; rather, you can begin by saying “As per the evidence” or “finally” or other simple words.

 

  1. End it with a quote – In order to make your conclusion stronger, you can end it with an effective quote from any famous author. It will provide assurance to your work and the point you have put forth to prove your argument.

 

  1. Do not introduce anything new – Conclusion is the place where you have to summarize the things you have already said in the introduction and the body part of your coursework. There is no meaning of introducing any new idea or new evidence at this time. It will only confuse the reader.

 

  1. Ask your instructors – If you have any doubts or questions in your mind regarding your assignment, you still have time to visit your instructor. He can show you some sample conclusions or guide you through your own. You can also ask for any formatting guidelines for your coursework before you submit it.

 

By following these tips, you will be definitely able to draft an effective conclusion. Do not forget to edit and proofread before submitting.

 

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