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How to write a perfect IELTS essay conclusion

The conclusion of an essay is where you must make your final argument clear. Many students struggle to write their conclusion because they don’t know what to say other than just repeating their previous arguments. If you are taking the IELTS, TOEFL, or CAE English language tests, you need to learn how to write a good conclusion to get a high score. The process of writing a conclusion for an essay is a lot simpler if you follow a structure in your writing.


Following a structure of what to write means that you can write your essay answers as quickly as possible, without running out of time to answer the question. Remember, the IELTS and CAE exams are to test your knowledge of English — not the quality or originality of your ideas. For this reason, it’s best just to follow an easy structure that you can use any time, which you can replicate without making grammatical mistakes.


In this lesson, I explain different conclusion structures you can use in your IELTS writing exam. Practise the structure you like best, and memorise a few phrases. After watching, you will be ready to write a good essay conclusion in your exam. Good luck!