THE CONCLUSION OF YOUR BACHELOR WORK

Why it matters to your conclusion and why it is worthwhile to work on it.

  1. A conclusion is a judgmental summary that presents your entire work again

Conclusion comes from the Latin facit and means “it gives” or “it does”.

The conclusion of your bachelor thesis provides a judgmental summary of the previously written. It is at the end of a bachelor thesis.

The conclusion includes the presentation of your work results and thus provides the quintessence of your research performance.

So your conclusion is the highlight of your bachelor thesis, it’s your masterpiece!

  1. A conclusion serves the reader for the assessment of your bachelor thesis

Together with your table of contents and your introduction, the conclusion should enable your reader to make the following decision: Is the study of the entire bachelor thesis worthwhile for me?

  1. What you should consider in your conclusion

In your conclusion you summarize your work. Your key statements and results should be succinctly summarized. In conclusion, you should under no circumstances present new aspects of your topic. Avoid quotations here too, because here you present your own research results!

However, you should mention and should mention what you have learned in dealing with your topic and learned which aspects were of particular interest to you and why and with which theses you agree or disagree. The latter should already be explained and documented in detail in the relevant chapter.

Note that the conclusion should round off your bachelor thesis, give it the finishing touch and shine. Another tip: stick to a clear, clear language, put your results to the point and present them conclusively.

  1. Your conclusion is related to your introduction

There should be a causal relationship between initiation and conclusion. While you describe your question in your introduction, your bachelor thesis concludes by answering that very question and its implications. If possible, stick to the structure of your introduction and answer your questions in turn. In this way your bachelor thesis gives a rounded and closed impression.

  1. Your conclusion proves your ability to reflect

The conclusion is that you change from the content level to the meta level. In other words, you are talking about a superordinate view of your topic, the associated discourse and the structure of this discourse. Therefore, in a conclusion it is quite appropriate to compare your results with those of other scientists and thus critically evaluate and appreciate your own results. It is part of the essence of a conclusion to prove your own ability to reflect. Check what you could and could not do, what you would do differently in the future, and what methods were useful. It’s not about promoting your bachelor thesis. So be self-critical, but do not put your light under the bushel!

One conclusion is to name those open questions that have arisen from your bachelor thesis. Let the reader know which questions you would like to continue exploring and which ones you deliberately ignored (giving your reasons).

Research deficits and research perspectives should find their place in your conclusion. In addition, you can also make appeals, illustrate the consequences that have arisen from your bachelor thesis, and / or formulate a final question. But always define the scope of your statements.

A successful final sentence completes your bachelor thesis and ensures that you keep it in good memory.

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