A good academic assignment writing agency or a genuine academic writer is a rare breed. Sure, there are several academic writing agencies in the market but 60% of them are scanners and supply plagiarised, duplicate and poor quality essays or dissertations or theme papers research works and assignments. Beware of such scammers who will take your money and run leaving you with a bad quality academic paper and an even worse grade. Learn about the distinctive features of genuine academic writing teams.
Look for the A-T-E-K Principle
If you want to understand genuine qualities of academic writing teams then you have to understand the A-T-E-K principle. The qualities of genuine academic writers are affordable, trustworthy, experienced and knowledgeable. If the academic writer whom you are looking at has all these qualities then it’s more or less sure that your essays, dissertations will be done on time and has good academic writing quality. Scam academic writing agencies usually lack two or more of these abilities and this is how you can identify and avoid them.
Genuine academic writing agencies have experts of academic subjects who are individually well versed in writing assignment, dissertations and other paper submissions. Talented academic writers can glance at your given syllabus and find out your academic writing specifications in a jiffy. Real academic writers never copy from the web through any unguaranteed source.
These academic writers are smart enough to understand that originality in these papers is what professors will look at. Only 100 % secure and verified academic papers/research documents/genuine academic contents sourced from online and offline sources are used. Academic writing especially genuine true blue academic writing is all about quality, originality and dedication. In sharp contrast scam academic writing teams (who have now flooded the internet) simply copy chunks of material from non academic sources on the web.
Pay After You Get Results
Never trust a scam academic writer or a spurious academic writer who keeps on asking for credit card information, personal details etc. professional academic writers do not do these things and these genuine academic experts will only ask for payment after submission of academic term paper and dissertation.
Anybody who has not submitted the academic paper yet and is still asking for money is not a genuine academic writer and is probably an academic writing scammer. If you look around on the Internet you will see lots of academic writing scammers with negative WOM (word of mouth) trails on discussion boards and academic writing hiring boards. Be aware of such academic writing crammers who submit plagiarised academic papers. Worse still, these academic writing scammers can take money and not deliver quality work. A little caution will go a long way in saving your academic grades and money.
Expert Third Party Opinion
If you are a sincere student who believes “academic writing professional help is cheating” then you need to read up our next blog which talks about “why genuine academic writing help companies are not helping students cheat?”. For the time being, understand very carefully why academic papers need to have an expert and genuine third party input of an academic writer. Even if your academic papers is written by you and is original and of decent quality; professional academic writers will help you understand the shortcomings. Your academic paper will become more fined, high quality and more deserving of a better grade after expert inputs given by genuine academic writers.
With time your personal academic writing skills will improve after seeing the delivered academic essay or dissertation submitted by genuine academic writers. You will slowly gain confidence in academic writing abilities under expert help of genuine academic writers. You will thank your good judgement and this article for directing you towards genuine academic writing service.
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Printing two copies of a 35-page dissertation at the university library: £3.50
Wire-binding both copies: £18
Four-pack of energy drinks and a packet of biscuits to make it through deadline night: £3.49
And there you have it – the recipe for a complete dissertation comes in at under £25. But what price do you put on the sleepless nights, stressful supervisor meetings and 12-hour library stints? How much would it cost to have someone else do it for you?
Well, if you're after a first-class history dissertation written by an Oxbridge graduate and delivered in a week, according to one essay-writing company, it'll set you back a cool £3,430 – just £145 less than an entire year's standard student maintenance loan. If you can wait a bit longer and you're only after a Desmond, you can get it for just under a grand.
These prices must be out of reach for most students, but a quick online search of "essay-writing services" returns more than 31 million hits. Clearly these businesses are thriving – so where are their customers? Where are the students who are shelling out thousands of pounds for a pre-packaged essay?
The unhappy answer, I fear, is: wherever there are desperate students. Things go wrong at university – family bereavements, personal crises, simple time mismanagement – and the sheer stomach-turning, throat-constricting panic of being unable to produce an assignment on deadline leads vulnerable students down this costly path.
Now, three grand is worth a bit of customer service, right? Yet online forums are full of complaints about essays arriving peppered with spelling mistakes, arguments that don't match pre-approved propositions and – the most common grievance – results that don't match the promised grade.
One user, who goes by the forum name RippedOff, told me that when she complained about not receiving an essay on time, she was informed that the company had been unable to get in contact with her assigned writer.
"They refused to give me a refund," says RippedOff, "and said that I could claim a discount, but only off the next purchase I made with them. I didn't want to take it any further because I was worried about being found out. The essay never arrived and I was £200 out of pocket."
So the prospect of shelling out for one of these essays is already looking pretty unappealing, even before we consider the unpleasant possibility of, you know, being thrown out of university for wilful plagiarism.
The websites advertise their essays as being "100% plagiarism free!", which we can take to mean that they haven't been copied from a database, and aren't resold to future customers. But students would be very wrong if they thought this somehow put them on the right side of the rules.
By presenting someone else's work as their own they would be in breach of any plagiarism policy at any university. The papers might pass a plagiarism scan, but there's always the chance that a tutor will spot the signs of an essay that hasn't been written by its submitter – disparity in writing style, for example.
But, of course, the essays provided aren't for submitting! How could you possibly think such a thing? Because they guarantee certain grades? Because they promise to meet your deadlines? Because they're fully referenced, double-spaced and bound? Well, clearly you haven't read the small print. Because hidden away on a hard-to-find page on each of these websites is a disclaimer that says something like: our essays are intended for research purposes only.
A leading UK-based site even says that customers who order papers are implicitly confirming that using the service does not violate their university's rules. It adds that, due to the fact the essays are purely for research, that shiny guaranteed 2:1 you were promised on the home page refers only to the general standard of the essay and not your final grade. Well, aren't we glad we cleared that up?
So it's as simple as that. All you have to do is shell out a few thou, bank on your essay arriving on time, hope it's grammatically correct, ensure it makes sense, pray you don't get found out, keep it quiet from all your friends (just to be safe), and live on packet noodles for the rest of term. What could be better?
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