There is no such thing as “next season” in papers- so NO CLIFF HANGERS!
Simply put, your introduction and conclusion are the first a last chance you have to grab your reader.
You might follow some of the steps to provide a proper conclusion that will grab an attention of your professor and readers: Summarize by creating a clear link between the last section and the introduction.
It can be done through reiterating a term or sentence you applied in the opening paragraph.
In fact, one of the most well-respected Composition instructors here at Madeup University flunked Freshman English not once, but twice!
Then, you might conclude your essay by saying: Any student at Madeup University will tell you that the teachers who once struggled in their subject area are the most helpful.
Remember, it is not enough to hook your audience in the beginning.
You also have lead them on a journey that comes back around in your conclusion.
Rather than focusing on writing an essay that is simply "correct" (in terms of grammar, following your assignment requirements, etc.) good writers also consider whether or not they've left a lasting impression on their reader.
Think about it: the movies you've seen and the books you've read, the ones that really stand out in your mind, probably had an intriguing opening and a compelling ending.