This infographic called “Help with your APA Annotated Bibliography” is created by our designer with one principal goal: To simplify the process of source citing. What is basically APA and how it can affect your essay mark? The answer is more than simple. To begin with, let me tell you few words on how APA style format appeared.
The creator of APA (whether it sounds weird or not) is American Psychological Association. But the history of APA roots make no sense for writing a top-notch essay so let's move straight to the topic. To concretize, APA style format is a collection of basic rules and guidelines on How Your Essay Should Look. You can write a masterpiece, but without an adequate formatting, you can deserve maximum C+.
There is a fallacy that APA format regards only to the Annotation, but obviously, it’s not so. In case you visit the official website of APA style, you will find Guidelines to the Title, Abstract and Main Section. For example:
• Your Essay must be typed.
• Your Essay needs to be double spaced.
• Required font - Times New Roman.
• Required font size - 12 pts.
For the full list, you can ask your teacher or just browse 2 minutes on the Internet.
The primary purpose of our infographic is to help students to overcome this tough part of every essay writing. Before the idea has even born, we have created a little research on our website with the question “Which part do you find the toughest in your essay writing routine?”.
More than 65% of students answered Annotated Bibliography. We considered this fact, and our genius designer Ann Korokhova decided to make this easier for better comprehension.
Another interesting fact: Firstly, your teacher will appraise format. So keep it my mind, when you choose how to attempt to Annotated Bibliography.
Our service EssayPro, which is sponsored and produced the pic you see, sincerely wishes you a successful beginning of education and hopes that our educational products, as well as our service, will be useful for everyday writing routine. And remember "little strokes fell great oaks!".