Most often, you will need to just restate your topic and thesis statement.
You have to address the future perspective of your research and the considered issue. Note that this part of the introduction is not necessary.
Make sure that this part of the conclusion is concise and clear.
You have already explained why your arguments are important in a body part of your paper, and you also don’t need to support your ideas with new arguments.
Sometimes your paper may contain many different or even opposite points.
The conclusion is a perfect place to form a single clear opinion on your issue.
We decided to provide you with useful tips on what to do in order to make your conclusion effective, and what to avoid.
Restate your topic briefly and explain why it’s important.
Just provide a brief overview of key points, and make sure that you don’t add any new details in the conclusion. Note that you don’t have to do it in case you’ve already considered this question in your paper.
We suggest explaining the importance of your arguments in the body part, because the conclusion is aimed only to summarize everything written before and to draw your readers’ attention to your topic in a more general context.