The first one is a fair but the most time-consuming way of doing it. What I mean is adding more words without adding any informativity.When you realize that your essay doesn’t meet the volume requirements, you either expand your topic or deepen your research to gain some new information to describe. Basically, the word windiness is the eighth deadly sin for any writer, but still, the way out when you’ve written down everything you could, but it is still not enough.As promised, here are a few tips to help double the length of any essay.
One fine day you'll also get there, but for now, you need to focus on making your text grow in scope.
There are two primary ways to convince your professor that your essay meets the volume requirements.
Microsoft Word does not have a setting to automatically put in two spaces at the end of a sentence, but you can set-up the grammar check to alert you when only one space is used. Simply open the template and type your own information every time you need to write an APA style research paper.
Above is a template you can use every time you need to set-up a research paper using APA style format.
You might have to select Personal to find your template.
The title page of an APA paper includes a shortened version of your title in the header, with the words: Running head: before it.
Centered on the page is the full title of the paper, the author's name is on the next line, and the institutional affiliation (your school) is on the third line.
If your professor requires an abstract, you will include a summary of your paper on the second page. Type the word Abstract on the center top of the page.
You can save a personal template in Microsoft Word (IRSC students, download Office for free).
This setting will alert you to single spaces after a period with the green squiggle that shows when there is a grammar error in your paper. Keep in mind that APA does not call for two spaces after any period (such as for abbreviations or in the reference list) ONLY when a period ends a sentence do you need two spaces.