Is it possible to have two conclusion?

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    I'm not sure about this. I was researching.

    You can argue both sides but in the end, you have to come to one conclusion, which you think is the strongest and ties all of your research together.

    Multiple findings, one over-arching conclusion, possibly nuanced with caveats.

    (Original post by pretty_)
    I'm not sure about this. I was researching.
    Definitely, although you have to mention both of your conclusions in one paragraph.
    So "I agree to a certain extent ...." or "this shows X as well as Y, thus both are accounted for......" You just have to state what you find are the overall factors.
    Hope it helps

    Yes, but it depends how you write it. The risk is you look indecisive.
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