Students who have completed their research for a dissertation often do not pay enough attention to the last important part of this academic paper - the dissertation conclusion. This chapter is as important as the whole dissertation, because here students are supposed to demonstrate their ability to summarize their work and to draw wise conclusions from the research. You are free to share your opinion concerning the dissertation, its strong and weak sides, write about the knowledge gained due to the conducted research. Every student has to present what new ideas he has learnt due to the research and how his dissertation will improve the problem under research, the topic or even the whole discipline. Sometimes it is very difficult to organize the writing process of a good conclusion and mention all the aspects of the dissertation but the guidelines below will help you complete a good dissertation conclusion section and get high grades.
Before writing a conclusion you should remember that it must not be very long, it should cover all important moments of the dissertation but avoid being boring. If you simply enumerate the key points of the research without certain examples from life or concrete examples from the dissertation, the reader will be bored and will not be able to perceive information. Try to avoid repetitions. If you mention the same information several times, your conclusion will lose its sense and the reader will think that you simply do not know what to say and that your research what a simple waste of time.
Writing a conclusion it is reasonable to use learned and scientific words to demonstrate your knowledge. It is positive when you mention some moments from the methodology section and operate with certain methods and scientific terms. When you describe or present the result of the research - always support it with the evidence and mention the method which has helped you to achieve such a result. Try to connect the results of the research with the topic of the dissertation to help the reader understand the purpose and the value of the research and how much time you have spend to achieve the results of the investigation.
Presenting the results of the dissertation every student is supposed to show his own opinion and to draw his own conclusions. If you have researched some fact, mention the name of the author who has been the first to investigate it. You are free to present your opinion concerning the works of other scholars, you may agree or disagree with them, even criticize them. Unfortunately, it is quite difficult to be objective drawing your own conclusions, but if you manage to present your idea skillfully and logically, the reader will respect and perceive your point of view.
Dissertation writing has many strict requirements and the absence of emotions is one of them. You should not be emotive analyzing the results of the research or judging its value, you should simply present the results of your investigation and objectively (as much as possible) carry it to the reader. There is no need to make the reader believe you; it is not a speech, but a presentation of the achievements of your research.