How to Write a Winning Conclusion




The conclusion in some ways is a defining moment in your writing. It presents the task of summarizing and concisely outlining the major ideas throughout the essay. While all conclusions aim to do this, the ones that stand out in your readers mind, will make the entire written piece more effective. Winning, is tying it all together in a memorable way.

Here are three tips that will create a memorable conclusion every time.

1. Answer the Introduction

At this point, a lot of information has been presented in the rest of your essay or written assignment. It is important to return the reader to the bigger picture.
Some easy things to think about to achieve this:
+ Describe where the conversation started.
+ Identify what answers or understanding we have come to.
+ Reply to any unanswered questions.



2. Synthesize the important point
This is the most important part of a conclusion, regardless of the type or purpose of the writing. Make each sentence as simple and informed as possible.
The goal is to remind instead of reiterate:
+ Rewrite one sentence from each paragraph to show the sequence of ideas.
+ State the thesis and respond to it based on the major points.
+ Outline the important facts or events that showcase the topic.

3. Create a mental Image

This step will define the conclusion as more than an addition of everything previously discussed. Any insight that was gained in the process of writing can be mentioned as a take away for the piece on a whole.
The last couple sentence can:
+ Call the reader to an action.
+ Summarize the most powerful emotional aspect of the topic.
+ Describe an accomplishment that will help future research or studies in the topic.

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