anonymous
  • anonymous
Does my name, teacher name, date, and course name count towards page requirements in MLA format? For example, if I can't write more than 3 pages and my header takes up half the first page can I go to 3 and a half pages?
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  • katieb
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anonymous
  • anonymous
MLA is usu. used for Humanities Disciplines. It is used for Document Format, Text citations, Works Cited, or a list of all sources used in the paper. It is also necessary to follow your teachers guidelines. Although headings in papers are outnumbered afterall they are optional. As it is necessary to follow the instructions of your teacher as well, whereas in your case you should write in the top left corner the following data, Your full name. Your teacher's name. The class/period. The date. And the formal font size is given 12 for The Roman Times, if you are formatting it on Word.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Where as the title page (separate), is not necessary unless the instructor specifically asks for one.
shadowfiend
  • shadowfiend
That varies depending on who is accepting the document. I'd ask them to be sure.

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