Table of contents
In a report longer than several pages a table of contents should be included
as it assists the reader to locate information quickly. It also gives
the reader a schematic overview of the structure and contents of the report.
worded exactly as they appear in the report
numbered exactly as they appear in the report (For more information on numbering systems used in report writing, click here.)
with their page numbers.
The table of contents should be on its own page.
As well as a table of contents, you may wish to include:
List of Figures (optional, separate page)
List of Tables (optional, separate page)
List of appendices (optional, separate page)
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