Types of Works

Writing from Scratch the writers complete the entire paper from the very beginning. They do their own research, analysis, description or any other work that is required according to the instructions provided.

Editing the writers proofread the work and change the content (up to 30% of it). Changes to the content include adding the necessary information to the paper and deleting the irrelevant details.

PowerPoint Presentation the writers put the main information according to the requirements provided on the slides. The tables/graphs/pictures/any other visual elements should be present on the slides. Only 20% of the info on the slides can be revealed in the text form (up to 50 words per slide). The explanations to the bulleted info/tables/graphs/pictures/any other visual elements should be included in the presenter notes/speaker notes below the slides (up to 100 words).

Online Assignments the writer’s complete online assignments such as multiple-choice questions, open-response questions. In case the instructions state that the online assignment is a quiz or it has a limited time frame for completion, the writer must inform the Support Representative about the situation immediately. After that, the case will be checked by the Support Team, and the final decision on it will be presented to the writer.

Paraphrasing is the expression of the meaning of something written or spoken using different words, especially to achieve greater clarity. Paraphrased parts may be considered as plagiarized if not cited accordingly. When you paraphrase someone’s ideas, you should not just change the words with their synonyms. You should express the same idea but in other words, which means change structure, organization, and wording. Always cite information that has been paraphrased. Therefore, it is crucially important to follow the guidelines of in-text citation formatting while explaining someone’s ideas presented in researches, articles, and other types of research works.


Plagiarism is the wrongful appropriation and stealing and publication of another author’s language, thoughts, ideas, or expressions, and the representation of them as one’s own original work. Plagiarism is considered academic dishonesty and a breach of journalistic ethics.

The writers must provide clients with plagiarism-free papers only. The maximum level of plagiarism that is acceptable within the company is 10%. In order to complete plagiarism-free assignments only, the writers must cite all the information taken from other authors’ works appropriately. Formatting of in-text citations, references, and direct quotes must always be done in accordance with the paper format. Unless the writer follows the formatting rules in the work, it may be considered plagiarized.

The writers can ask Support Representatives to check the assignments for plagiarism in cases when they are not sure about the certain level of it. Still, such requests should not be done on a regular basis, since it is the writer’s professional duty to complete the assignments without any ambiguities regarding plagiarism.