Short essays

loldiz
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Short essays

Postby loldiz » Fri Feb 18, 2011 2:47 pm

When writing the short essays for biology, do we really need a conclusion? For example, for the 'composition and functions of the heart and blood vessels' essay question i've written a short introduction, literally a couple of lines on what the heart, blood and blood vessels are, then the main body of the essay i've gone into the blood vessels and heart and i feel like my conclusion will be exactly the same as my intro. I know they are meant to be similar but I can't see what else I can really add to my conclusion. Then I thought it's an informative essay, not a persuasive, so do I really need a conclusion?

I'm rambling again I know but, any thoughts?

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Re: Short essays

Postby Karen Hayday » Fri Feb 18, 2011 9:15 pm

No what you are doing is fine

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Re: Short essays

Postby loldiz » Mon Feb 21, 2011 2:57 pm

Cheers Karen, much apppreciated


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