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I am a professional academic writer with 8 years of experience and my own style of writing.
I write for students who study in the universities of the UK, the United States, Australia, and other countries.
Writing is my life. I read much and work hard to become a splendid writer. But above all, I put my heart in every piece I write; hence, my essays, articles, or dissertations stand out from normal academic pieces.
In view of my experience and qualifications, I write papers for Undergraduate 2:2, Undergraduate 2:1, Undergraduate 1st, Diploma Pass, and Masters Pass.
I bid for a brief only if I am interested in a theme and if I am capable of producing a high quality piece of work. All my papers are 100% plagiarism free.
I hold Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in English Language and Literature
I have been working as a freelance academic writer for 6 years. I have written about 800 essays, research papers, articles, and dissertations in:
I strongly believe that it is not enough to possess good language skills to become a good writer. Unquestionably, good grammar and spelling skills are crucial for a writer. But what is more important is to penetrate deep into everything you write, to analyse each issue from different angles and perspectives, to come up with new ideas, and to conduct a profound research.
A good writer should be able to draw parallels between his/her life and the issue he/she discusses. A good academic writer should constantly broaden his/her horizons and improve his/her knowledge on different subjects. Moreover, a good academic writer should be creative, avoid any biases, and use a formal style; he/she should produce 100% plagiarism free papers and fully confirm to the major requirements.
Every writing project should reflect writer's critical thinking and draw on a variety of valid sources. The arguments in an academic piece of paper should be specific, well-balanced, and accurate and be backed by empiric evidence. The findings of an academic piece should be either consistent or inconsistent with the prior results, but it is crucial to avoid emotive expressions. Any cited or paraphrased idea should be rightfully referenced, using such styles as APA, MLA, Chicago, Harvard, etc. Finally, a work should be checked for grammar or spelling errors. All in all, academic writing is a time-consuming activity that requires much experience and research abilities.
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