In the conclusion, you tell your reader what you have found in your study/analysis, and why your findings are important.
The conclusion should sum up your assignment. Therefore, it should not introduce new material. Another important aspect of the conclusion is to answer your research questions or hypothesis clearly and fully.
the main points and results of the assignment, in brief.
answers to the research questions in the problem statement.
an assessment of your method, adding more detail and evaluating your procedure.
Exactly what is included in the conclusion depends on the type of assignment.
Do you find it difficult to get started on your conclusion? Try non-stop writing.
Ask your fellow students to give you feedback on your conclusion. It is also a good idea to show them your introduction, so they can tell you whether your conclusion answers all the questions you asked in the introduction.