abstract paper

abstract paper

abstract paper

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The abstract of an APA research paper has the following characteristics:
To see an abstract, visit the APA Help guide and click on Sample Paper.

Per section 2.9 of the APA manual, an abstract is a brief summary of the paper and should be no more than 250 words. Most scholarly journals require an abstract, but abstracts are usually not required for student papers. If you are not sure, please ask your instructor if an abstract is required for your paper.
If one is required, the abstract is placed on its own page after the title page, so it will be on page 2. The APA Style Blog has two sample papers for review. The sample professional paper includes an abstract. The sample student paper does not include one since this is not usually required.

References:

http://askus.baker.edu/faq/218266
http://libanswers.snhu.edu/faq/154053
http://www.vocabulary.com/dictionary/abstract

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