Workshop 13: “Making Sense of It All: Presenting Discussing Your Findings and Results” will show students the various angles and arguments they can make to present writing that is convincing, compelling, and credible to their audience. Here the student must write like he is Neo from an action scene in The Matrix and he has to fend off a hundred different attackers at once. I will guide the student through the writing process where she is now in the critical position of evaluating and interpreting the findings based on the original hypothesis. I will discuss how the student will examine, interpret, and qualify the results and draw inferences and conclusions from them. Finally, I will bring the student full-circle, back to the introduction, where we will revisit the original problem. However, if the writing is true, there will be no need to remind the audience of the problem.