Writing a coursework is a kind of “start” to a more serious step – a graduation project. That is why it is worth taking this task with full responsibility, all the more so as it will have to master a rather lengthy set of requirements for its competent construction. But that’s not all. The student will need to follow a number of other rules governing everything: from the space between the lines to the type that will be used for the coursework. An example of the design should be considered in detail.
How to organize a coursework?
Competently expressing your thoughts is not always enough. Coursework is the case when they need not only to express and write, but also to issue correctly. It is no secret that the final assessment of scientific research (if the teacher has doubts and hesitations about this) will also be affected by how the student has shaped his thoughts.
Standard requirements for how to organize a coursework?
Therefore, it is worth noting such important points for performance:
- The main text, applications and other structural elements of the course work are typed by typewritten method and printed on A4 paper. Printing is carried out on one page of each sheet.
- Typing is carried out, as a rule, using the font “Times New Roman” size 12 or 14. Line spacing, respectively, is chosen double or one and a half. This contributes to the fact that the text is more convenient to read, both from a sheet and from the monitor.
- Color blends are completely excluded, line weights, numbers, letters and signs should be black throughout the work.
- On the page should be placed no more than 1800 characters. This number includes spaces and includes punctuation marks. Thus, the line should contain approximately 60 characters, and there should be approximately 30 such lines on one printed sheet.
- Before typing, set a constant value for the margins: right – 10, left – 30, top – 15, bottom – 20 mm.
- Headings are located in the center of the sheet, and there is no dot after them. For typing, capital letters are used (except the first one, with which the heading begins), it is not necessary to underline and single out the heading in any other way. It is necessary to separate it from the subsequent and previous text in three intervals.
- When it is required to arrange the headings of paragraphs or subsections, they are written with a capital letter, with an interval through each character (that is, a bit). The text is not underlined, dots are not used (the exception is the case when the subtitle contains several sentences). The set begins with a paragraph indent.
- Headings and subheadings should not contain word wrap.