The conclusion is basically the most important chapter of a diploma or bachelor thesis and it is therefore necessary to pay due attention to it. However, students usually write it in time pressure just before the deadline, they are exhausted by creating the main text of the work and the conclusion is written just for the form – but this is a fundamental mistake. If there is a passage that the evaluator will almost certainly read, it is the conclusion of the work.
In the conclusion, as in the introduction, certain “mandatory” paragraphs should be mentioned (although there is no general binding regulation). The conclusion should primarily correspond to the introduction. It is advisable to reiterate what the aim of the work was and to indicate how this objective was fulfilled (what results the author did, how he proceeded) – if it was not possible to meet all the sub-goals, then there should be no justification. It is advisable to recapitulate all the most important results that have been identified and explain their significance. In the last part of the conclusion there are possible variants of extending the existing work – other research areas related to the issue, but which exceed the set framework of work. The conclusion should be a decent end to work, a dignified “farewell” to the reader and be written in the past.
The scope of the conclusion should be similar to that of the introduction – for a diploma thesis 3 to 4 standard pages, 1 to 2 pages are sufficient for the thesis. The conclusion should be formatted as the main chapter, however, like the introduction or list of resources, it is not numbered.