Dissertation writing is a big and complex procedure. To be able to write an effective and successful dissertation, you will have to pay a special attention to every section and every part of your work. Very often students do not pay due attention to the dissertation conclusion. Either they consider it to be not as important as the main body, for example, or they just lack patience and persistence. But do not underestimate the importance of your dissertation conclusion.
Here are some tips that might be useful when writing a dissertation conclusion:
- Do not leave your dissertation conclusion writing aside till the last day!
- Start writing your dissertation conclusion along with the introduction only after the main body is ready. Only after you complete the research, write your statement, point out the main ideas, provide arguments and examples that support your statement, you may start writing your dissertation conclusion.
- A dissertation conclusion is a summary of your work that has to be concise, clear, strong, and leave a good impression.
- Your dissertation conclusion should provide the following issues: restate your statement and the purpose of your dissertation, explain how you achieved it, what methods you used, what the results of your dissertation are ……
- Do not forget that your dissertation conclusion should give a sense of completeness and impress your reader. But do not go too far. Your tone should not be aggressive.
- A quotation of a famous person or a striking example will only make your dissertations conclusion more impressive.
- Remember that your dissertation conclusion brings the final perspective to your whole work.
Dissertation conclusions sometimes turns out to be the most difficult part to write. After the dissertation is written, many writers feel that they have nothing left to say. A writer needs to keep in mind that the dissertation conclusion is often what a reader remembers best. Your conclusion should be the best part of your paper.