How to define conclusions

How to define conclusions

Often when performing laboratory works, papers, compositions or other various reports it is necessary to write conclusions at the end. However not everyone can make it. But if attentively to study the text, to work it and to write out theses, then the task becomes simpler.


1. A conclusion is a summing up to everything written or to everything told in the text, a peculiar report on certain tasks. In it it has to be written: it is satisfied or not a condition; if there is a process of comparison something, then in what differences and similarity; if it is told about any thing, then in what its advantage before others, etc.

2. But the main thing is to set the object which you awake to pursue during performance of work and to write a conclusion to this goal. The more detailed you will make it, the better. A competent conclusion will mean that you understand this subject and work. But you should not write or write off the unchecked facts since if you do any work, then the task, the purposes and a conclusion will belong only to your work.

3. If you do the report, for example, in physics, then the work purpose right at the beginning is usually set. Following this purpose, the experiment or experiment is made. The received result is estimated. Having looked whether achieved what is written to the purposes of work and having analyzed all this, conclusions are written (i.e. experience was got or not that can be revealed on its basis and whether achieved a goal). Very often in guidelines in which the principle of performance of work is written there are questions at the end. Leaning on them, it is possible to write a good conclusion (especially in case at once you are at a loss or your answer insufficiently by the sizes).

4. A conclusion, for example, also has to contain the summed-up result of all text in the composition and not contradict the introduction. The main idea has to be brought out of arguments which prove it. Notice! It is not copying of all text, this generalization to everything told.

5. Conclusions are written in any other works on the basis of objectives which need to be solved in the course of performance. Them there can be a different quantity, but to each task the conclusion has to be written.

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