It is unclear from both the text and the table, what the source of these tables is. It is important to refer to, explain and even evaluate these tables in your text.
| 7) In chapter 5, you must include a proper conclusion. Does your research answer the research questions you posed in chapter 1? Have you fulfilled your research objectives? Please be explicit in stating the extent to which you are satisfied with your work. It is okay to say that some elements did not work as you expected. If you were to do this research again, in what way would you do it differently? We are not looking for â€˜rightâ€™ answers as we assess your work. We are looking for a critical, justified, evidenced, coherent evaluation of the research study and its process.
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