How many pages typed is a 500-word essay?

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A 500-word essay is approximately one page single-spaced, or two pages double-spaced. This approximation assumes a common, 12-point font with 1-inch margins on standard printing paper.

The three most important structural factors in determining the word count per page are the font, font size and margins. The letters of different fonts have different widths, as well as different widths of space between letters, punctuations and words. The size of each font is typically adjustable within a wide range. The measurements of the margins determine how far within the physical borders of the page that type may appears. Additionally, the total number of words per page is affected by genres and styles of writing, some of which require repeated use of polysyllabic, technical vocabularies.

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If you write a essay with 1000 words, you will need little over 3 pages double-spaced. Try to write the first paragraph in MS Word and check the word count feature.
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Depending on the font and type size, usually around a page.
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If you write it in long hand and your lettering and spacing is typical, it can run two pages. I figure, the average, is about 250 words to a page. But you can count, can't you? Most
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