What is a conclusion in the scientific method?
A conclusion is a short paragraph that discusses the overall results of an experimental procedure and explains whether the proposed hypothesis at the beginning of the experiment was correct or not.
It can also be discussed in the conclusion further experiments or test that could be done to support your findings in the current experiment. This part could also be called perspectives.
Here is an example of an experiment that explains more about this topic. It is entitled:
Introduction to Scientific Investigation.