You need to compose an abstract (150-250 words) on a completely new page, and it’s a brief description of your academic paper that should be focused on its main purpose, your conclusions, processes, and outcomes. Your abstract must be on a separate page right after the title one (don't forget about the right heading centered at its top). It's not allowed to use any italic, bold, and underlying, but you are required to include all extras in it, such as important questions, methods, results, analyses, basic research topic, and so on. Think about including different implications to make your abstract sound more interesting or list all keywords in it to let others find your coursework in databases.
Another important process is writing the body of your academic paper on a new page right after its abstract. You should include the page number, same header, and restate its title to start this work. Pay attention to a computer science papers format if you specialize in this subject. As you already know, everything you write should be double-spaced, and there are 4 main sections that must be in place: results, methods, introduction, and discussions. Every section must be titled in bold font and centered, but the title of your instruction should be in regular font. Talk to your tutor to get more information about the basics of these sections and specific requirements because they may differ based on your chosen subject.