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What Font Should I Choose for My Dissertation?
Date published November 06 2020 by Ella James
As I sat in front of my screen with all my notes gathered around me, I was quite mind boggled when I thought about this.
What is the best font for dissertation?
It seems like a very silly question but when you have been working your brains out for a few months, you get a bit paranoid (and that is understandable).
Let’s be quick here, finding the correct font for dissertation didn’t require any rocket science or assistance from a dissertation format service. So to keep things short for you the answer is: Times New Roman.
Yep, that’s the right one but it’s not all. There are a lot of other things that you have to keep in mind. From size to spaces to margins, you have to consider everything and get everything right to be able to submit a completely legit dissertation.
Recommended Font Size
The recommended font size in a dissertation is 10 to 12 points at max. Having larger or smaller fonts can give you a bad time in structuring your dissertation according to the pages.
Margins… Are They Important?
Oh yes, they are…
Don’t you ever think: “oh, why should I care about the spacing on the sides? Does it matter?”
Margins play an important role in structuring your dissertation. So make sure that there are 1.5 inches on the left while 1 inch on the right, top, and bottom.
You don’t have to go to professionals and ask them “write my dissertation please, I don’t know about the fonts, margins or spacing” ever. Although, if you want, you can still take assistance from services to help you write your dissertation.
Times New Roman is considered the best font for dissertation. You can use it for your dissertations and thesis unless your supervisor or professor recommends any other font.
Keep that in mind that Sans Serif fonts are usually not considered an ideal choice while writing your research papers or any other professional papers. Although they are not used for body text you can use Sans Serif fonts for headings. You can such combinations such as in the format of body text/headings:
- Minion Pro/Myriad Pro
- Times New Roman/Arial Narrow
Using Calibri or any other Sans Serif might not be the valid option generally. It is recommended to use a Serif font like Times New Roman or Garamond. Although, you can use Arial Narrow for the headings in a combination with Times New Roman.
There is an endless number of new fonts being made by developers and designers every other day. Although many fonts are recognized just by their names or their designs such as:
- Times New Roman
- Future PT