Anyone who sees the billboard will understand what they are advertising in a split second.
If someone is confused or gets the wrong idea, the image is not very successful.
But if you're keen to give this clever typeface a spin for totally legitimate and not at all academically dodgy reasons, you can download it here.
You edited the manuscript with a fine-tooth comb…but are your figures and images wearing flip-flops?
You can see what kind of apparent length improvement you could get with this side-by-side comparison from their website: Secondly, your assignment needs to be printed out for this to work optimally.
Submitting your essays as pdf files might also pass, but here at Science Alert we noticed there can be discrepancies between how different computers render Times Newer Roman in the word processor, which means it may also look wonky in a pdf.
While 14pt Times Newer Roman looked pretty great in Microsoft Office on Windows or in Pages on i OS, the results were not so great in Open Office on Windows (can you tell which typeface is which?
): Thirdly, cheating is bad and you might get caught anyway, so don't say we didn't warn you.
Similarly, the best professional fonts should be one that’s easy to read with very little “bells and whistles”.
When writing prose of informational value such as scientific research, a reader should pay attention to what the text is describing, not how the text looks.