About one third of the way down the page, center the title.
Capitalize the appropriate first letters. (Do not underline, italicize, or use bold or oversize type.) If it occupies more than one line, single-space it.
Near the bottom of the page, center your name, the name and number of the course, your teacher’s name, and the due date of the paper.
The final line should be approximately an inch from the bottom of the page.
For the entire paper—including the title page—use standard-size type (usually 12-point) in a plain font such as Times New Roman or Arial.
Remember that your title should not be underlined, in bold, oversize, or in a different font. Only first letters of the appropriate words should be capitalized.
Your title should be very specific, indicating the actual main point of your paper, not just its overall topic. (It is often appropriate to use a main title and subtitle, separated by a full colon, as shown in the model below.)
The date on your paper should be its due date, even if the paper is submitted earlier or later.
The date should be written out in full, as shown in the model below.