Should I be talking about ‘how my research could be done better/go further if I were to re-do my EPQ’ in the conclusion or is that also something for the evaluation?
Go through how my opinions have changed on the topic as I’ve gone through it for the ending evaluation
A conclusion should not be a repetition of your introduction. In your introduction you should analyse the key words of the question and establish the points you will discuss in depth in your essay. You should also begin to establish your stance on the question in your introduction. By your conclusion it should be clear what your answer to the question is. You should tie together any loose ends and assert your view on the question. To ensure your conclusion is different to your introuduction- try to include something new! For example, you could include your personal opinion.
One to one online tution can be a great way to brush up on your English Literature knowledge.
Two reports of a substantial relationship between Psychoticism, as measured by the E.P.Q. P-scale, and the trait of Impulsiveness prompted a reanalysis of data, part of which had already formed the basis for the conclusion that individual differences in measured Psychoticism could best be accounted for in terms of the trait of Conformity. The inclusion of Impulsiveness as a variable in the reference set leads to the conclusion that most of the variance of Psychoticism can indeed be accounted for in terms of Impulsiveness, although Conformity still makes a non-trivial contribution.
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This workshop provides guidance on writing the introduction and conclusion of an undergraduate dissertation, or extended project. Whilst often overlooked, this session emphasises the importance of both the introduction and conclusion and how they should be structured to bookend the whole dissertation. See this page for more workshops in the series.
Methods: The Symptom Checklist 90 (SCL-90) and Eysenck Personality Questionnaire (EPQ) were used to investigate 518 migrant workers in Guangzhou.
Objective: To study the influential factors on psychosocial health of the migrant workers in Guangzhou.