Here, it counts to maintain a balance between being general enough for your target audience (see mistake 9) and specific enough to convey your key result (see mistake 1).
Being specific in your title is also important for indexing purposes.
Our little article will explain to you how to make a perfect title page for research paper in the APA, MLA styles.
Your entire paper should be double-spaced, and this part of your work is not an exception, your heading and name should be with double line spacing or one empty line.
It’s not going to take too much time, but it can make your future grade lower and your papers look dry and unfinished.
It’s not that difficult but you must consider all the features of the style that your professor required.
You might also be interested to know that papers with titles that describe the result are more likely to get picked up by the press or discussed on social media.
This happens either when people want to cram in too much information, or when they are unclear about their main message.
If people include a colon or hyphen in their title they often present too much detail (mistake 2) or they chose a title too broad and general (mistake 4).
If you need more convincing, the study I cited earlier also found that papers receive fewer citations if they contain question marks, hyphens or colons.