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    This sounds really silly and I know its not supposed to be difficult but I'm having trouble concluding my AS level English Literature Coursework essay! lol does anyone have any tips on writing an amazing conclusion?
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    (Original post by Chrissy.x)
    This sounds really silly and I know its not supposed to be difficult but I'm having trouble concluding my AS level English Literature Coursework essay! lol does anyone have any tips on writing an amazing conclusion?
    In my opinion the best conclusions are the simplest ones that reiterate your point and clearly demonstrate your opinion on the topic question. It doesn't have to be long, 4-6 lines really, perhaps just summarise your main point for your argument, contrasting it with the strongest counter argument, but then saying how ultimately your opinion is 'X'. Conclusions don't need to be big, fancy things, just make sure yours is clear, concise and allows the reader to know where you lie in regard to your question.
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    (Original post by Unsworth)
    In my opinion the best conclusions are the simplest ones that reiterate your point and clearly demonstrate your opinion on the topic question. It doesn't have to be long, 4-6 lines really, perhaps just summarise your main point for your argument, contrasting it with the strongest counter argument, but then saying how ultimately your opinion is 'X'. Conclusions don't need to be big, fancy things, just make sure yours is clear, concise and allows the reader to know where you lie in regard to your question.
    Thank you so much! I'm going to try that
 
 
 
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