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Published on March 26, by Shona McCombes. Revised on October 13, The conclusion should be concise and engaging. Aim to leave the reader with a clear understanding of the main discovery or argument that your research has advanced. Table of contents Discussion vs conclusion Length of the conclusion Answer the research question Summarize and reflect on the research Make recommendations Emphasize your contributions Finish your thesis Checklist. The conclusion contains similar elements to the discussion , and sometimes these two sections are combined especially in shorter papers and journal articles.