# How Long Is a 300 Word Paper?

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A 300 word paper is generally a page and a half long.  There may be some variation due to word sizes, so it could wind up being as long as two pages.  Some students will try to cheat by using a bigger font, which makes the paper appear longer, but it does not change the word count.
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A 300 word paper is exactly 300 words long. Well that depends upon if you manage to wrap it up in that many words. It's actually a very short paper, maybe a couple paragraphs.
A 300 word paper is approximately half a page. The actual amount of page coverage will depend on font and font size. If using a large font, 300 words could easily cover more than one page.
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 Well, if you know that there are 250 words on an average sized page, then in 300 words would be 1 and 1/4 of 2 pages. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_many_written_pages_i...
 It would be about 1 to 1.5 pages long depending if you double space it or not and if you use a large font. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_long_is_a_300_to_400...
 Turn on the word counter if you are writing in MS Word in and it will count your words. Trying to write 500 words you will need a page and a half. http://answers.ask.com/Education/Other/how_long_is...
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