From a hiring perspective, I have mixed feelings about behavioral questions, because I find that candidates usually either fumble them, or give an over-prepared, canned-sounding answer. But they can be a good way to suss out how deep and diverse someone’s experience has been. If I ask a bunch of behavioral questions and the candidate keeps saying, “I haven’t encountered that situation but…” or referring to the same scenario for different questions, it’s a good indication that they might not be as seasoned as I’d like.
The conclusion is written in one paragraph and its main purpose is to sum up the arguments of the essay, which the author revealed in the topic sentences of the body paragraphs. It summarizes the evidence in support for the thesis statement of the essay and if proved restates this statement. It is a final glance at the presented facts, which lead to a certain conclusion on the essay matter.
The conclusion does not have a set structure and can be written according to the peculiarities of the essay but must always have the mentioned above argument summary analysis.