Ensure that the copy you turn in is printed well or typed on fresh paper with no spelling or grammatical errors. Use an unremarkable typeface such as Times New Roman or Courier in a minumum 12-point font. Check your format choices. If you have been required to use a particular formatting style, check against a stylebook to ensure that you are in accord. Include all vital information: name, class, professor, date. These may seem like trivial issues after all the work you have put in, but failing to take care in the last stages can do damage -- like wearing a handsome tux or a beautiful dress to a prom only to forget to shower and use deodorant. The fine touches matter.
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