Do you know how to write a good title page and a cover page for your work? Besides that, did you know that there are marks that are normally awarded for this particular reason? If you have never taken the time to realize this, it is time you opened your eyes and realized how much marks you have been throwing away throughout your school life. In research paper writing, at times it is these tiny details which we love to ignore that end up saving you when things are thick.
One of the first components of your work, and ostensibly the most critical piece of the same, is the title page and/or the cover page. It’s what begins the research paper, it is what sets the best possible desires of the task you have worked so hard on, and makes it presentable to whoever is reading through it. There are two ways you can make a title page or cover page.
- You can make your page content based
- You can get a visual fashioner to make you a picture
The second alternative is not really a good one for you in the event that you are handing in your research paper because it requires so much effort. However, in the event that you have enough time and you can pull it off, it is important that you consider giving it a try. Apart from that, only make sure that you get into such extravagance if you are sure that you have done a very good job in the paper. Your teachers would only turn you into the laughing stock in the event that you have done so much to make the paper cover graphically appealing, and done nothing of worthy mention in it.
There are three things each cover or title page ought to incorporate.
- The principle title
- A sub-title (if necessary)
- The creator name
Apart from these, you might also need to provide on the same page details of the following:
- The course for which the paper is being written
- The name of the facilitator
- The year during which the paper is being presented
Therefore you should have something like this:
FACTORS THAT CAUSE THE FAILURE OF SMALL BUSINESSES WITHIN THEIR FIRST YEAR
A CASE STUDY ON BUSINESSES IN NORTH CAROLINA
FACILITATOR: PROFESSOR NORTON KING
PRESENTED IN PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF COMMERCE