The first step of the process is actually the one that requires the most work from the student. This is especially true if it is the first time that you are using our service but we promise that it does get quicker over time.
You need to gather all of the information you have about your assignment into one place. This includes:
- The essay title or question
- Required word count
- Style of essay
- Anything you have written on the question already
- Your class notes
- Research sources
- Anything else you think may be helpful
Now don’t worry if you don’t have some of these things, really only the title, style of essay and word count are necessary. The extra information is to help the writer personalize your paper to fit your exact knowledge or style and yet it will still earn your a high grade. This seems like a lot of work but it is much easier than it first looks.
Choosing The Pace Of Your Work
The next step is much more up to you as an individual. You will send off all of your details to our customer service team and they will analyze which writers will be the best for you. Often they give you a choice of writer.
Once you have chosen you get to decide how involved you want to be with the writing process. The writer is capable of working completely independently from the student but loves to work closely with a student. This way they are able to create an A grade essay for you whilst also providing some unbeatable advice for when it comes time for you to write your own essays in the future. If you are struggling to find extra time then sit back relax and do what you need to do until the essay is delivered.
Earning Your Grade
The writer will send the finished paper to you for you to review. It is important that you carefully read through the work. In the rare case that you are not completely happy with the paper then you can send it back to the writer for a free rewrite. If you love the essay, which is far more likely, then you can download it from ExcellentEssayWriter.com, print it and hand it into your marker. Then all you need to do is wait for your A.