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The Shocking Truth About Essay Writing Services

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The Shocking Truth About Essay Writing Services
October 17, 2019 03:25PM

I recently had the opportunity to speak with a former writer for a prestigious essay writing service and his experience in the industry.

“I have witnessed the steady growth of this industry for years. When I became part of the team for Rush Essay, I thought we would be writing academic content for students with below-average capacity. I was in for a surprise. We got orders from all types of students - lazy ones who only want to find an easier way out of a messy situation, as well as really smart young people who simply couldn’t find the time to do their own work.

I was convinced that students who got into Harvard, Berkeley, Oxford, Cambridge, and other prestigious US and UK universities would work much harder than the ones admitted to “secondary” schools. In fact, they do work hard; and that is the exact reason why they cannot afford to fail. In some cases, the assignment’s requirements are so complex that it’s difficult for the students to understand what the real question is. The struggles of ESL students are even greater; it is nearly impossible for them to produce degree-level academic content. Since the charges for plagiarism are serious, they have to rely on essay writing services as a solution that provides unique content by the given deadline.”

Some statistics - Who buys papers online?

The essay writing industry is a source of interesting statistical data. California, New York and Texas are the most popular regions where orders were coming from. Stanford, UCLA, Berkeley, NYU, Columbia, University of Houston, and other institutions from these states are known for their competitive systems. A student who hopes to graduate from one of these universities usually needs to rely on “unorthodox” methods to deal with all challenges imposed by the professors. Since academic writing is becoming one of the most prominent aspects of the educational system, the constant development of the custom-writing industry is clearly justified.

The most popular types of content requested from custom-writing services are essays, research papers, and MA thesis. Students have an abundance of essays and research papers to write, so there is nothing unusual in the fact that professional writers mostly deal with these types of assignments. When it comes to subjects, students most commonly struggle with projects for Business, English language, and Management courses.

According to those within the industry, buying papers is a necessary reaction to serious underlying issues in the educational system. All college and university professors will tell you the same thing: to them, the act of purchasing papers online is no different than plagiarism. However, some argue that the issue is more complex than that claiming, that the content completed by professional writers is not plagiarized. It is completely unique, well-researched and properly-referenced. When a customer buys this type of product, he has the right to use it as a source for another paper, or simply submit it as his own. The teacher may suspect that the student didn’t write a particular paper, but there is no way to prove such claims. Higher education is an industry on its own. Universities accept more applicants, including international students who don’t have the needed grasp of the English language to write extraordinary academic content. On the other hand, they don’t provide effective support that would enable these students to fit into the system.

The benefits of using custom-writing services are immense for foreign students. In addition, students with part-time jobs, older students who have families and those who are going through tough personal struggles simply need help to go through all challenges they face. The rapid growth of the custom-writing industry is a symptom of the great weaknesses within the educational system, which put students through a great deal of stress and emotional struggle.

Re: The Shocking Truth About Essay Writing Services
October 19, 2019 04:21PM

Good afternoon. Using the services of online plagiarism verification services, you should always pay attention to the first indicator, “Search by phrases” - it determines the uniqueness of the text. "Search by words" may produce a low result: this will mean that this text is most likely written by rewriting. There is nothing to worry about. But the “phrase search” indicator should always be as high as possible (90% and higher). I need a free program that allows not only to analyze the uniqueness of the text but also do SEO checks and analyze plagiarized images. Who can tell me, here https://lawaspect.com/ is there such an opportunity?

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 10/19/2019 04:21PM by fdpiiro.

johnbrown1812
Re: The Shocking Truth About Essay Writing Services
October 28, 2019 10:36AM

Yes, I agree with you. The education system is designed in such a way that students are very nervous about their essays. Of course, better when students manage to write their essays and learn on their own. And to avoid plagiarism and its consequences, they can check their text at Plagiarism Checker. But any work should be inspiring. Unfortunately or perhaps, fortunately, not all students manage to write their work independently, so the only way out for them is to turn to the writing services for help. But I don't see anything wrong with that.

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November 30, 2019 04:33AM
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November 30, 2019 09:17AM

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