I’ve already mentioned this several times, but it bears repeating—again. In this case, you’re writing to college administrators.
If you’re trying to convince the administration that it should eliminate Friday classes, don’t write about how you just want to go home Thursday night or that you’re too tired on Friday morning because you usually stay out all night on Thursday.
If you hate the color brown and your dorm has brown carpeting, think of this as a pet peeve rather than a real problem.
Proposing that the college change all dorm carpeting to blue isn’t going to gain much traction.
He received his Ph D in English Literature and Medieval Studies from the University of Texas at Austin in 2014.
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Conclusions should be around 3-6, you are basically wrapping everything up so you want it short and sweet.
The Problem: You don’t know how to write a proposal paper. It proposes an idea (often a solution to a problem) and presents evidence to illustrate why and how the idea should be implemented.
The conclusion of a research paper needs to summarize the content and purpose of the paper without seeming too wooden or dry.
Every basic conclusion must share several key elements, but there are also several tactics you can play around with to craft a more effective conclusion and several you should avoid in order to prevent yourself from weakening your paper's conclusion.