A conclusion starter is simply a phrase that highlights that you will be coming to the end of your written explanation, and often the conclusion starter hints that you are summarizing the concepts that have come before.
Some examples are:
- In conclusion
- To sum things up
- So as you see
- So we are able to unequivocally determine
- Therefor, it is safe to conclude
Repetition will show a lack of care, limited scope and may be detrimental to any arguments put forward in your work and any resultant grade if it's part of school or college work.
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The conclusion is vital in summarising everything that has gone before and hammering home your findings so should not be rushed or looked over quickly.
It is the place for your synthesis and conclusion of the thesis and is always worth rephrasing the main topic and subtopics covered without repeating yourself. You should aim to summarise your argument with authority as this paragraph should leave the reader or marker with no doubt as to your position or conclusion of logic. Try to be powerful in this section as this is the last thought that you are leaving with the reader.
So some good starting phrases with which to start your conclusion include:
On balance, to sum up, to summarise, in short, in summary, in the long run, finally in brief, in conclusion, on the whole, all things considered, in the final analysis, after all, all in all, briefly, by and large, in any case, in other words, in any event, one must consider.also,but,and,or,
As one can see there are several different tones and levels in formality one can use to start one's summary, so I will leave the decision to you but attempt to keep a similar but stronger tone to that that has run throughout your piece of work.
Hope this helps!