come/get

  1. I can’t come to the point of your question.
  2. I can’t get to the point of your question.
  3. I can’t come to the point of conclusion.
  4. I can’t get to the point of conclusion.
  5. I can’t come to the conclusion.
  6. I can’t get to the conclusion.
    Please correct all these sentences.

Beeesneees,
Could you please help me?
Thanks.

In what situations are you wanting to say these things? Probably there are more natural ways to say most of them.

When two people are discussing, one is telling the other like these statements.
It is very ordinary situation only.
Please help with your answer.

Do you mean ‘I don’t understand what you are asking.’?

Beeesneees,
Your answer just blurred me what to say.
Please help me with your dynamic usual answer.
Thanks.

I can’t help you until I know what you are trying to say. Dozy is obviously having the same problem understanding the original sentences.
1 and 2 seem to be saying ‘I don’t understand your question’. 3 to 6 seem to be saying ‘I can’t make up my mind.’