As mentioned earlier, your title page will serve as your Page 1. If it requires more than one line, please be reminded to double-space between all lines.
Your name appears double-spaced as well, below the paper title.
Whether you attend a community college, a state college or an Ivy League university, your instructors will require your essays and reports to adhere to an established academic format.
The format for disciplines in the social sciences was created by the American Psychological Association. Plagiarism on college campuses is a common problem nationwide.
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Examples of quantitative data are population, age, frequency, etc. These could be graphs, images or illustrations other than tables.
Figures are commonly used to show a particular trend, or to compare results of experiments with respect to constant and changing variables.
You can avoid this dilemma by formatting your college essays in the appropriate style for your discipline.
Adopting APA style in your social science courses will ensure that the sources you cite for your college assignments are credited correctly.