How Not To Overpay For Essay Writing Services
Good arguments have been put forward about paying top dollar for premium essay writing services, but these arguments often run hollow when those same promises of high service deliverables are not met. What really happens at these alleged writing centers could also be deemed tragic when thinking on behalf of students and academics that are all striving for high marks and pass rates and academic excellence.
This short article simply offers students and their teachers (those that are already doing this) a few guidelines to begin steering away from an essay writing service that overcharges them in terms of what is promised upfront and what is delivered, usually later than promised and far short of what was expected. Teachers, in particular, should know that while there are writing agencies and external learning centers out there, nothing can replace their classrooms, or in the case of colleges, lecture halls.
Little is known at this stage about what teachers and their educational colleagues can do to improve the lives of their students and help them with the practical applications of improving their essay writing skills. In fact, it is they who can initiate the writing service without placing pressure on their students to pay still more exorbitant amounts of money towards their college tuition. At some stage or another, it is teachers themselves (College lecturers too) who will have to stand in front of the classroom and explain to their students what is required of them when processing dissertation proposals or academic papers. They need to explain the conventions required for writing and submitting a paper that is of a high academic standard.
But practical help is always available for both students and their teachers in the event that they need help with their writing exercises. Earlier, it was mentioned that lecturers and teachers could initiate this service themselves. They could invite their top creative writing students to be part of a collective whose sole purpose is not only to draft and write papers on behalf of fellow students and academics but to coach them as well. At much lower rates than normally charged by agencies, these collectives will potentially be rewarding students with a lot more in terms of writing tutorship and learning related to both academic and creative writing practice.
There is little long-term reward in paying a great deal of money for a product that delivers no inherent value to the student or academic.