Help Me Write My Paper - How To Write A Powerful Conclusion?

When you’re writing a research paper or essay, it can be stressful enough doing the research you need, organizing everything together and then putting it into an intelligible format. But if you want to leave the reader with particular feeling or impression at the end of your paper, how do you do that?

Start with a Great Introduction

You have to have an introduction (tell them what you’re going to tell them) and a body (tell them) done before you write your conclusion (tell them what you just told them); don’t try to write it first and then go back to the rest of your paper, because it depends on all the writing ahead of it to be truly powerful. Your introduction should have these things:

  1. A poignant question or interesting statement that catches the reader’s attention
  2. Your thesis or a description of what you’re going to talk about in the paper
  3. A brief summary of each argument you’re going to present in the body of the paper
  4. Statements about what both sides believe about the issue (with yours listed last so that it’s the one the reader remembers)
  5. And finally, a lead-in to your first argument

Flesh out The Body Paragraphs

Next, you need to present your arguments. The best way to do this is to put your strongest argument at the end, your second strongest first and your weakest one in the middle. If you have more than three, then arrange put the rest between the second strongest and strongest, in any order.

Conclusion Time!

Now you’re ready to write the ultimate conclusion. First, summarize everything you’ve said so far in your paper and write that down. Then, think of a tie-in to something you said earlier that will make the reader remember a specific case study or story you used, for example, referencing someone’s name again. Repetition in the right places is the perfect tool for setting the mood of your paper and sticking in the reader’s memory banks.

At the very end of your conclusion, you need to have a call to action. Ask the reader to do something, or ask what they would have chosen (especially if you have a controversial source listed).

Tips to consider

Start writing with brainstorming.Any essay or research paper start with creating an interesting and unique topic. Most students find it hard to make up a topic that would interest the professor. The easiest solution is check the available college paper examples available online for free use. Read the topics, write down the ones you like, conduct a research and give birth to a great topic of your own. The alternative way is to read a newspapers, watch a television program and write about any current issue going on in the world.

Proofread and edit your draft.Make sure to check your final draft before submitting it to your school. Most students are so happy they've finally finished writing their essay or research paper, they forget to spell-check and search for grammar and punctuation mistakes. Most professional writers even use the help of editors (and actually pay them for their services) to ensure the paper is coherent, well-structured and flows well.

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