Psychologists say that what is said at the end of the conversation is remembered best.
For studies, this is doubly true: usually the teacher carefully reads only the introduction and conclusion. Therefore, a serious attitude to how to finish the essay is so important.
Tips on how to write an essay on theme is a common topic for discussion on any writers forum, but how can I highlight only the main rules? This is not necessary, since all the basic rules are already compiled here.
Start simple. If the topic of your essay is familiar to you, then you can immediately proceed to the next step, but if the topic turned out to be too complex and unfamiliar to you, then you will have to do some research. This is necessary so that you have material on the basis of which you can formulate your point of view. In the process of studying literature, do not forget that you may need some facts from those books or articles that you read. Therefore, take notes while reading.
After studying the materials, you can begin to write a plan for the essay.
Think about what questions you would like to answer in your essay. Write them in a logical order. This will be the outline for your essay. Following this diagram, write the main part. Many students start writing essays with an introduction, but it’s much easier to write the hardest part and then write the design. After completing the main part, write a short introduction. Rephrase the topic of your essay and write one or two phrases that will surely interest your reader. Then, go on to write the conclusion.
Any student work, except perhaps solving problems involving a numerical answer, ends with a conclusion or conclusions. The conclusion in the essay is essentially similar to the conclusion in other works. The final conclusion in the essay should be based on the facts and arguments presented in the main part of the work, on the considered positions of scientists and the results of experiments. The final part of the essay should be consistent with the elements of expert opinion given in the text.
The conclusion in the essay should not contain fundamentally new facts, but only generalizations mentioned above.
The style of the conclusion should be consistent with the style of the whole work. If the work is written in a dry scientific style, do not add artistic means in the conclusion, otherwise it will look like a foreign, artificially joined, and not an organic continuation.
Similarly, if the basis was taken journalistic style: the conclusion should not be significantly more rigorous. Do not play it safe with the phrases “In my humble opinion”, “Although I am not an expert” and the like. It looks like excuses and insecurities. The main thing is that the reader understands that the essay is finished, a logical conclusion is present; so that there is no feeling that the author was writing, and then he was distracted, and the work remained unfinished.