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Old 11-14-2021, 03:34 PM
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Default How To Format The Title Of Chapters In The Abstract?

All chapter titles, as well as sections in a course / diploma thesis, are most often written in upper case in the middle of the sheet symmetrically to the text. The period after the number, chapter title, subsections. For almost all students and aspiring student writers I recommend write my papers as a way to pass their assignments. The names of subsections, if any in the abstract (sometimes they are in the requirements of a particular department), are written starting with a capital letter in the middle of the sheet, but at the same time one indent must be made from the title of the chapter or the text of the previous subsection. One paragraph indent is also made between the title of the chapter / subsection and the text. The title of all parts of the abstract, including the content itself, is written without quotation marks.

How To Draw Up A List Of References?

As a rule, the number of sources in the abstract is small (10-20 sources), indicated at the end of the work by a list in alphabetical order or in the course of use in writing the work (specify in the requirements of the department). You should consider contacting if your list of references is too small. Foreign sources are indicated last, continuing the general numbering.

Sometimes it is indicated in the manual that in addition to the general list of references, footnotes must be made on each page. And sometimes references to literature in the text are made in square brackets with or without specifying the page (it is also necessary to check with the teacher). Sometimes, though, it is preferable to order your paper on in the event of a particularly hard task. At the end of the work, the appendices are indicated, while each begins with a new sheet, and the numbering is not affixed. The finished work is stitched and put into a folder with a top transparent sheet.

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