Last impressions count – writing your PhD thesis conclusion
The purpose of a conclusion
- What are your answers to the research questions?
- How have you addressed your aims and objectives?
- What is the significance and implications of your findings?
- What contribution has the study made?
- What are the limitations of the study and questions for further research?
How to write a superstar conclusion
1. Own your research
2. See the thesis, not the detail
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Three things not to do in a conclusion
1. Don't repeat yourself
2. Don't introduce new text or material
3. Don't pretend that your thesis does more than it actually does
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