Answers to commonly asked questions

Are you native English speakers?

My team and I are all native English speakers. I grew up reading and writing far more than the average child, and our house was full of dinner-time conversations and other situations in which I honed my ability to communicate. Long before I started school, I was already well along the pathway to excellent academic research and writing skills.

My writer-colleagues can all tell similar stories. We were all born and raised in the United States, and all speak English as our native language.

If I hire you to complete a model academic project, will you supply me with 100% original work?

In a word: YES. We have no tolerance for plagiarism, either in our own work or anyone else's. We all write completely original work: we always have, and we always will.

Can I see your academic writing samples?

Sure! Here they are: Pursuing a Higher Education, "Why Not Essay Examples?", My Life - Sample Admission Essay (Undergraduate).

How can we communicate while my project is in progress?

We ask that all project-related communications (instructions, guidelines, etc.) take place via email. This way, everything is in writing so no misunderstandings can occur on either end. However, upon occasion, clients request phone conversations to talk about topics that are not related to project instructions (e.g. how payments work). In such cases, I will be happy to give you a call!

Will you keep my information confidential?

We will most certainly keep your information confidential, not only through the course of our working relationship, but beyond. We have nothing whatsoever to gain by divulging your information to anyone, and in fact we all stand to lose a lot if we become known as people who betray the confidence of their own clients. Your personal information is safe with us.

What if my committee rejects my work?

The first piece of advice we give to graduate-level clients – particularly those working on their theses or dissertations – is that their committees will likely reject their work, often multiple times. This is part and parcel of the process of getting an advanced degree; asking students to jump through hoops is one way faculty members assure themselves about their students’ levels of commitment.

We also let students know that their committee will not necessarily be consistent with their comments, either – one week they might tell you to remove a particular piece of information, and the next they will insist it's critical to your study. Unless a particular committee member is obviously and completely incorrect (which is almost never the case), you just have to roll with the punches.

Having said that, we are happy to roll with you and make any necessary changes. Please see the question about revisions for our complete policy regarding changes to the work.

Do you handle major rewrites?

We can certainly assist our clients with major rewrites of their work. We also offer line editing and developmental editing services.

However, because such rewrites are so difficult, we make no guarantees as to our ability to "fix" texts that have serious problems, especially after only one round of changes. We can promise to make significant headway on that first round of changes, but beyond that, please understand that further changes will be accompanied by further charges.

There are also occasional times when a particular text might be better off if we started over rather than revised. Of course, that isn’t possible with many works (e.g. already-completed studies), but if it is possible, and we feel it would be to your advantage in terms of time and money to begin again, we will recommend doing so.

Will you complete revisions to your model projects for free?

The answer to this question depends upon the nature and extent of the changes required. If the changes are quite small (e.g. adding a paragraph or two), we will be happy to make them for free. We are also very happy to correct any mistakes we might make (yes, we do misplace commas from time to time – we wish we were perfect but we just haven't gotten there yet!).

However, if your committee asks for major changes that are not due to error on our part (e.g. they ask for a a qualitative study instead of a quantitative one, requiring a complete rewrite of the research design and methodology), we will charge for the work. In such cases, no one is to blame – your writer hasn't made an error, and neither have you – but the fact remains that a huge amount of work has to be done over again, and we feel it is fair to be compensated for that work.

Again – this process will require many changes. It's important to have that in your mind at the outset, so that requests for revisions don't throw you for a loop.

Will I own the full rights to the work once it has been completed?

Whether we revise your work or create a model project to help you with your own, you will own the complete and full copyright of that work.

What are your prices? I don't see them on your website.

We don't post prices on our site because every project is priced on an individual basis. This is especially important at the graduate level, when large-scale projects entail many kinds of different work (writing, revising, statistics, etc.), and thus must be considered according to their unique characteristics. This is why we ask you for a lot of information ahead of time – that way, we can accurately price the work involved (at least at the beginning of the project).

In general, our prices range from about $35.00 to $50.00 per 300-word page, depending upon the scope of the work. (These prices do not apply to admissions essays and other similar documents, which begin at $75.00 per page.) For a firm quote, please do fill out the form -- there is no charge to do that, and this way you will know for sure.

This price is more than you will find at some cut-rate term paper places. "You get what you pay for" holds true in this business as well as every other business. While it might be tempting to believe that someone will provide you with a completely original, custom-written model dissertation for $500, we urge you to resist the temptation. What you will receive is a plagiarized mess written by someone whose command of the English language is mediocre at best.

You have arrived at the final step along a very long, arduous road. Do you really want to skimp now, when your advanced degree is within sight?

What if I can't pay for the entire model project all at once?

No worries! We offer installment plans for large projects (depending upon your deadline). These are generally very large-scale projects, and we completely understand that paying in full isn't always an option. Just ask, and we will work it out!