Every research paper has a similar conclusion. Once you see the pattern in the conclusions, you will start to be able to write a better conclusion for a research paper.
These videos are geared towards those interested in going to graduate school or doing research.
How to write a conclusion for a research paper? Here is the basic structure of the conclusion to a research paper:
1. State the research question, and whether the question was answered.
2. State what theory or idea that this research question helps to resolve.
3. Describe how this finding resolved this issue in research.
4. Describe the big picture of where future researchers can take this paper. How can this be helpful for others?
5. End with a big idea and that there are many loose ends to sort through for future research.
Each conclusion in a research paper is fairly structured, and using this structure will give you a start to writing a conclusion for a research paper.
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