OK, the semester is coming to an end, you're typing up your research paper and it has to be in APA or MLA style. Not just the bibliography or the reference list, but the entire paper has to be in a style. What to do?
If you want to see examples of properly-formatted papers--with explanations of the formatting--go to the Research and Documentation Online (5th ed.) website by Diana Hacker and Barbara Fister. On the far right, you'll find links to sample papers in APA, MLA, Chicago, and CSE styles.