It is typically defined in one or two sentences and is added to the end of your introductory paragraph.
Avoid vague sentences and sentences such as “The point of this paper is” in your thesis statement.
In these paragraphs, the main information about your topic is presented.
Use related sentences and show connectivity with your thesis.
Remember, your concluding paragraph contains the last words you will leave your reader with.
Don’t waste this chance by summarizing everything that you have mentioned earlier.
Remember to build a connection between the hook and the thesis statement.
A thesis statement defines the purpose, main points, and claims of your essay.
Since the body is made up of multiple paragraphs, it is important that they are consistent with one another.
Use transitions to introduce new paragraphs such as “firstly.. thirdly...``,''finally ``,''moreover ``,''furthermore ``,''in addition”, etc. Support your ideas by presenting facts and figures, statistics, quotes, examples and other strong evidence.