Okay, you have crafted the perfect thesis and written an amazing paper full of relevant and well thought out paragraphs suporting your thesis. Now there is one last thing between you and an A+: a concluding paragraph
I’m going to be honest, concludung paragraphs are my worst nightmare. I loathe them with every bit of my being. By the time I get to the end of my paper, I have nothing left in the tank; I’m spent, a lifeless blob who just wants to be done and go to bed. The conclusion mocks me, though. Theoretically, it should be easy; it just ties up all of your paragraphs and how they relate to your thesis. Sounds easy, right? Well, it is, I just make it seem hard.
What is a concluding paragraph?
Your concluding paragraph is your last paragraph and should restate your thesis, summarize your paper, and leave the reader with a lasting impression. See, easy!
Below are some links to help you craft a good concluding paragraph and avoid turning into sobbing mess who just wants to finish their paper and eat ice cream.