The conclusion provides a forum for you to persuasively and succinctly restate your thesis given the reader has now been presented with all the information about the topic.
Depending on the discipline you are writing in, the concluding paragraph may also contain a reflection on the evidence presented, or on the essay's thesis.
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Megan Morgan is a Graduate Program Academic Advisor in the School of Public & International Affairs at the University of Georgia.
She earned her Ph D in English from the University of Georgia in 2015.
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