10 Simple Tricks To Help You With A Research Paper Intro And Conclusion

When you need to do a freelance work or even write a term research thesis or dissertation as part of your homework, there are a few points you need to keep in mind to make your essay stand out. Here are ten tips for writing introductions and conclusions for your research paper.

  1. Tip 1: To introduce any thesis, you can start with an anecdote. However, when you do so you should also end, or the conclusion should end with a reference to the anecdote which was mentioned in the introduction. That will give a sense of completion to the essay.
  2. Tip 2: You can start your dissertation by a challenging statement. When the reader is challenged, the expectations are raised, and there is tension. This is especially useful when there are essays dealing with change. However, in this case, as the conclusion you need to tie up with statements that revisit the challenge thrown in the introduction.
  3. Tip 3: The introduction could start with a quote by some famous person. This quote need not be on the same subject as your dissertation, but it should be on the same lines and in conclusion, the same quote needs to be revisited for a completion of the thesis.
  4. Tip 4: Introduce with a comparison or contrast between two ideas or thoughts or topics or products. In the end, you will need to write a little about what you feel at the end of the thesis keeping the initial contrast and comparison in mind.
  5. Tip 5: Make a provocative statement. This can be either regarding a statistical statement or any insight that you have, but it should be backed up with data or enough homework. At the end too you would need to link back to your initial provocative statement.
  6. Tip 6: Do not use any new ideas in the conclusion but re-state the main points of the dissertation.
  7. Tip 7: The introduction should only be an outline of the main body of the dissertation and not the dissertation itself.
  8. Tip 8: If there are limitations in your research, this needs to be pointed out in the introduction.
  9. Tip 9: Any assumptions you make need to be informed during the introduction so the reader is aware and can judge for himself.
  10. Tip 10: Your conclusion if peppered with a freelance quotation gives it a literary flavor.

All these tricks will help your term homework stand out from the pile.

Get help when you need it.

You want your paper to look like you know what you are doing, so when you get in trouble, ask someone for help. Most schools have writing labs or tutors who are available to help on difficult projects like this. Your instructor should be more than willing to help you through a difficult portion whether online or in person. Do not ever think you are pestering your instructor because they get paid to help you learn and succeed.

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