The conclusion is where you form a summary of all your arguments so you can arrive at your final position.
Explain and reiterate why you've ended up with the said conclusion.
Remember the “Rule of 3” which states that you should find 3 supporting arguments for each position you take.
Start with a strong argument, followed by a stronger one, and end with the strongest argument as your final point.
Besides, we’ll give you some tips on how to approach any tricky topic for a research paper.
Selecting an interesting topic is critical for the success of your research project because it will send you in the right direction and keep you interested and motivated during the whole writing process.
So you’ll need to scale down to ensure that you’ll be able to conduct a research within a limited time frame.
For instance, you may write about causes of youth crimes.
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