Writing conclusions

IB English A Literature: Writing conclusions

Writing good conclusions is frequently cited by examiners as an element that many - perhaps even most students - struggle with. Typically, conclusions will simply re-state things that have already been said, or comprise of somewhat empty, vague statements that - to quote W. B Yeats, end "not with a bang, but a whimper". Additionally, make sure your conclusion is long enough to actually "say" something, but not so...


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