Unlike some other academic writing tasks like an essay, term papers are larger in volume and thus, require more attention during the editing process to determine all the errors and fix them before you hand in your work. Also, revising such work is a process much more time-consuming than in the case with an essay, and it is not always possible to find time to do this.
How to find a solution? If your task requires quick term paper editing and proofreading, formatting or revision, the wisest decision is to look for a website that provides cheap term paper editing services of high quality! A good term paper editing company will assist you with substantive editing and can also help with formatting and text’s style.
Why Is It Important To Edit Your Term Paper?
Not everyone realizes the importance of this action. Many students have a wrong belief that re-reading and adjusting their texts isn’t so important and they think that it is enough to edit term paper online using some grammar checker. In fact, everything is a bit more complex.
A poorly written text is doomed to fail, while all these term paper editing websites and tools can’t give you a complete image and identify all of the errors in your work! Thus, if you don’t feel confident with your English or simply lack time, you should turn to a professional term paper editing service online and ask for help of professional editors!
Where To Find Expert Editors?
Finding a legit service is a challenge. There are tons of different services and, as a rule, it is too difficult to find out which one of them is really worth your time and attention, but you were lucky enough to come across our site!
EduBirdie.com is one of those services that will always back you up in any, even the most complicated, situation! You can always count on us!
Thus, whenever you need help – just ask us “please, edit my term paper,” and our professional team will polish your text in the shortest terms providing you with the following benefits:
- You receive high-quality services at a pocket-friendly cost;
- Your orders shall be always delivered within the deadline, or you can ask for a refund;
- You can reach us and ask your questions at any minute of any day;
- Our company hires only native speakers and well-educated people;
- You are able to choose the expert with whom you want to work;
- You pay only after you are satisfied with the quality;
- Get free unlimited revisions or your money back if you are not happy with our assistance!
Need editing assistance?
We will edit your term paper for you!
These are just a few of all advantages that EduBirdie.com offers you, so don’t hesitate and waste your precious time – leave an order request and get professional and fast assistance with any issue!
We also learn a few hard truths from these snippets: that ''A Farewell to Arms,'' which is called ''Hemingway's first book,'' is ''much more than a love story'' (this is a ''high school level'' paper, but still); that Newland Archer's fundamental problem in ''The Age of Innocence'' is his lack of ''tools'' to deal with Countess Olenska; and, reassuringly, that the crucial theme in ''Invisible Man'' is ''the subject of race and racial relations.'' Just think, your children might be spending their drinking money on this stuff.
I bought a prewritten paper on ''The Great Gatsby.'' Dr. T. J. Eckleburg, ash heaps, stupid rich people -- what could go wrong? I also ordered a custom paper, on what I innovatively titled ''The American Dream and 'The Great Gatsby,' '' to see if there was any difference between the two types of book reports.
Surprise: the prewritten paper, on the idea of the hero in ''Gatsby'' (''What is a hero?'' it begins, and later: ''Muscles do not make a hero''), coming in at a reasonable $35, was terrible. The sentences run on, as in this clunker: ''Moreover, the fortune that Gatsby did amount was gained through criminal activities as he had experienced the finer things in life and wished to have a better social position, again he knew that this could only be gained through the status of wealth, in this way Gatsby sought to win the heart of the woman he had fallen in love with, Daisy.'' Faux-elegant words like ''whilst'' butt up against the jarringly conversational: ''Then Nick the narrator discovers who he is bang goes his secret.'' Bang! The paper becomes increasingly sloppy, mimicking the writing patterns of a tired and confused freshman. Maybe this is the point.
Another surprise: the custom-written paper, delivered in three days for $180, a tenth of a community college's annual tuition or the weekend allowance of a wealthy Ivy Leaguer, was a decent piece of work. One passage that probably few undergraduates could dream up even on a good day, after a couple of writing workshops, reads: ''Those who go from rags to riches don't find nirvana or some special land where they are immediately happy, content and removed from earthly worries. They, like Gatsby, find that the reality is that the world is still ugly . . . and that money and power just allow one to ignore those dichotomies a little bit easier.''
Occasionally, the paper even strives for the poetic: ''Idealizing that which has little substance is like saying that once you draw a perfect circle, all of life's secrets will be discovered therein -- the circle is still hollow, no matter how perfectly round and beautiful it is.'' It's a little much, but this paper goes way beyond the green light at the end of the dock.
And compared with the standard paper -- whose dizzy take on the American Dream goes like this: ''Gatsby is the archetypal hero figure, yet he has tasted the bitter ashes of poverty, but then there were so many poor during the turn of the century that he is not alone in that and so like many others of his age he wished never again to be poor'' -- the custom paper is worth coughing up more dough. A's don't come easily, after all.
But wait. So if you're a cheap cheat, your paper will be shoddy, but believable. If you're willing to dig deep for the custom-written papers, you might raise eyebrows. What a bind. Considering that it takes three to four hours to read ''The Great Gatsby'' and perhaps a night to write a short paper, what's actually more amazing is that students would risk their integrity, their education, their unlimited access to sexual experimentation -- all for freeing up 10 measly hours of their already limitless college time.
FINE, I'll admit I was impressed by how efficiently the paper happily popped up in my e-mail in-box. The process is alluring in its simplicity, and more so in its anonymity, except that, in my case, Brenda from the Paper Experts called to tell me, in keeping with the irresponsible-undergraduate theme, that my credit card was maxed out. That unsettling human contact in the midst of my cyber-cheating was creepy and gave me pause. Even had I been a desperate, craven student, Brenda might have been enough for me to call the whole thing off.
And although these sites may proliferate, thanks to the hungry Web marketplace, they won't go completely unchecked. Colleges can sign up for plagiarism-detector Web sites like Turnitin.com, which allows professors to submit papers for an originality check (incidentally, newspaper and magazine editors might be interested in checking out its publishing arm -- iThenticate.com). But can those search engines detect custom-written papers, like my $180, A-plus ''Gatsby'' paper, assuming it's an original? No, not this book report, anyway. It passed with flying colors. Now that it's part of Turnitin's database, however -- and supposing that even the hard workers at the Paper Experts get lazy once in a while -- pity the 19-year-old who goes shopping online for some quick help with the American Dream.Continue reading the main story