Structuring your conclusions (part 2)
Throughout this tutorial, we’ve been focusing on your role as your document’s architect—the designer. But now, your design work is nearly done, and it’s just about time to write. But before you do, there’s a main conclusion section to plan.
Let’s backtrack for just a moment, to provide some context. Last time, we learned that your document really needs to cover your conclusions twice: first in the short answers section near your document’s beginning, and second in the main conclusion section...
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