This subpage would be used for giving access to some past student papers that were considered to be very good meriting an "A" grade. This archive of papers should have these properties:
The following text and structure are from the original page. Name references in file names are changed.
Please read through these excellent research papers to see the quality required for an "A" grade. Notice the number and credibility of references, the logical argument, the lack of grammatical and punctuation errors, and the writers' ability to explain a complicated subject to a reader with no specialized knowledge.
We recommend that you avoid these topics unless you have something
original to contribute. If you choose one of the topics below, these
papers are the standards by which yours will be judged.