When the title, body and notes are written, it's time for bibliography. Allocate it in the center of a separate page starting with the word Bibliography. Use Times New Roman 12 pt. Again, avoid using large size of the letters and don't make them bold.
In case you want to include additional data to you paper, like tables or graphs, you should know that they have to be placed after the paragraph describing them. Remember citing the sources of the tables you provide.
All in all, these are the basic CMS paper format guidelines. Although they are not extremely difficult to follow, many students still make mistakes in their scientific writing. The most common reason for making mistakes is thoughtlessness and inadvertence. Some of the errors is, for example, forgetting that note format includes first name last name, while bibliography includes last name, first name. Also, students don't pay enough attention to the indents. The point is, there is a first line indent in notes and a hanging indent in bibliography. Sometimes students forget that bibliography has to go in alphabetical order by author or by title, if there is only title without author. Whatever the case, the most popular mistake among students is that they muddle up different formatting styles: sometimes they put Works Cited at the top of their bibliography, which is attributable to MLA style, but not to The Chicago Manual of Style.
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