The knowledge of citation formats is very important for academic writers. This is why you have to submit the test below with all correct answers within one week after you saw the questions. In case you don’t pass the test within the deadline

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Citation Styles Test

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The knowledge of citation formats is very important for academic writers. This is why you have to submit the test below with all correct answers within one week after you saw the questions. In case you don’t pass the test within the deadline.

  1. The thesis statement of an MLA paper can be found:
  2. a) Last sentence of the first paragraph
  3. b) The first sentence of your paper
  4. c) First sentence of the last paragraph
  5. d) In the first sentence of the last paragraph and the last sentence of the first paragraph
  6. Bibliographic entry of multiple authors according to Chicago style
  7. a) Authors’ Last Name, Author’s First Name. Title. Edition Number ed. City: Publisher, Year.
  8. b) Authors’ last name, first name. “Title of Article.” Name of Newspaper. Month Day, Year. URL or Name of Database.
  9. c) Author 1’s Last Name, Author 1’s First Name, Author 2’s Full Name, and Author 3’s Full Name. Title. Edition Number ed. City: Publisher, Year.
  10. What is the correct reference format for a book as per Harvard?
  11. a) Weinberg, RS and Gould, D (2011),
  12. b) Weinberg, RS & Gould, D 2011,
  13. c) Weinberg, R. S. & Gould, D. 2011,
  14. Where does one put the page number on an MLA paper?
  15. a) Top Left corner
  16. b) Bottom Center
  17. c) Top Right Corner
  18. d) Top Center
  19. In MLA style, what would you include in the parentheses for a directly quoted in-text citation?
  20. a) Author’s last name and the year of publication
  21. b) Author’s last name follows by the page number
  22. c) Title of the source and the page number
  23. Select the correct usage of in-text citation in APA style.
  24. a) Experienced listeners are better able to comprehend accented speech, regardless of the type of accent (Susan Gass and Evangeline Varonis).
  25. b) Experienced listeners are better able to comprehend accented speech, regardless of the type of accent (Gass & Varonis).
  26. c) Experienced listeners are better able to comprehend accented speech, regardless of the type of accent (Gass & Varonis, 1984).
  27. d) Experienced listeners are better able to comprehend accented speech, regardless of the type of accent (Gass & Varonis 1984).
  28. For in-text citations in MLA style, the author’s last name and page number should be included in the in-text citation.
  29. a) False
  30. b) True
  31. According to Chicago style, in a footnote, what is the size of the footnote number?
  32. a) 1/2 the size of the other text
  33. b) The same size as the rest of the text
  34. c) The size is up to the writer
  35. d) The size of the footnote number can vary throughout the paper
  36. What is the correct in-text citation format for a direct quote per Harvard style?
  37. a) Veit & Gould (2010, p. 158) emphasise the importance of ‘using your own words and your own style’ when paraphrasing.
  38. b) Veit and Gould (2010) emphasise the importance of ‘using your own words and your own style’ when paraphrasing.
  39. c) Veit and Gould (2010, p. 158) emphasise the importance of ‘using your own words and your own style’ when paraphrasing.
  40. d) Veit and Gould, page 158, emphasise the importance of ‘using your own words and your own style’ when paraphrasing.
  41. Select the correct format for the running head in APA style.
  42. a) Deconstructing plagiarism
  43. b) Deconstructing Plagiarism
  44. c) deconstructing plagiarism
  45. d) DECONSTRUCTING PLAGIARIS

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