Do not underline your title or put it in quotation marks.
The page number preceded by your last name should appear in the upper right corner one-half inch from the top.
On this site, you will find general information about MLA and APA format styles with specific requirements regarding title pages, headings, margins, and pagination.
Regardless of the style manual you follow, use only standard fonts for your paper.
Select a form for each level of division (for example, you might write Level 1 centered, caps and lower case; Level 2 flush left, lower case only, etc.); use the same form for the same level your paper.
Regardless of the system you choose, the title on the title page should conform to MLA standards. The number should appear by itself with no punctuation.
The first step is to select a good topic that will be both interesting for you to write and for your audience to read about.
Once the direction of your work is chosen, you should come up with strong points to support your main idea.
In place of a title page, MLA style requires a heading on the first page of your paper.
The heading appears in the top, left corner of the first page, double-spaced.