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Can I Use Best Essay Education?
Some custom essay writing services only work with specific kinds of academic projects. But at Best Essay Education, we also provide services like:
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All these services, and more like them, come with the same 100 percent satisfaction guarantee that comes with our essays, research papers, term papers, and other such projects.
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Are you worried that your writer is some guy in a basement who can’t string three words together? Relax! The person writing your paper will be a successful professional with a college degree. In fact, most of our writers have advanced degrees.
Your writer will have impeccable English language mastery, research skills, and the ability to turn out amazingly well-written work fast! We check each writer’s background and put them through an intense training program. Our writers are the most reliable in the industry.
We Are Among The Most Trusted Writing Websites For Students
Writing skills may be the biggest “if” of all. Some students pay close attention in class, take excellent notes, and do very well on quizzes, but their gifts end there. People can learn many academic and life skills, but writing is not one of them. The truth is that some people are just not good writers, and these individuals will always be at an unfair disadvantage.
At Best Essay Education, we replace all these “ifs” with certainties. Our online essay writing service partners are native English speakers with top academic credentials. Furthermore, they each have a passion for their subject matters and truly enjoy academic writing. Most of all, they are well-established professional writers who are at or near the tops of their professions. Best Essay Education’s paper writing service backs every essay with a 100 percent satisfaction guarantee. If it’s not exactly right, we’ll do what it takes to make it right.
There is nothing wrong with using every resource at your disposal to get the best result possible. At Best Essay Education, we deliver these kinds of results every day. Reach out to us now and experience the difference for yourself.
Is It Plagiarism to Use A Custom Essay Writing Service?
Plagiarism is a very, very serious matter, particularly to academic professionals like us. So, before levying such a serious charge, it’s important to understand what plagiarism really is.
The term comes from the Latin words plagium and plagiarius, which mean “kidnapping” and “kidnapper.” So, plagiarism is academic kidnapping. It means stealing other people’s work and passing it off as your own without their knowledge or approval. Piracy and theft are both synonyms of plagiarism. When you use a custom essay writing service like Best Essay Education, you have all rights to the work. As far as you, we, your instructor, and anyone else are concerned, the work is your own. Looking at it another way, you did not steal the work. We gave it to you voluntarily.
Academic integrity is a similar matter, though it’s not nearly as serious as plagiarism. Most institutions have a guideline that uses lots of absolute terms (no outside help, only your own work, and so on). Yet consider what happens in most, if not all, academic projects:
The end result is a paper that’s mostly original work, but definitely had some outside help. That assistance probably made a significant difference in the grade. A poorly-researched paper with a weak thesis statement and technical errors usually gets a C or D, at best.
Fundamentally, there is no difference between that kind of outside help and an essay writing service like Best Essay Education. So, as far as we are concerned, our service is not dishonest. If we believed otherwise, we would not do what we do.
Why is Best Essay Education the Best?
Truthfully, all our student partners would probably be very satisfied with a structurally sound essay that has a visionary thesis statement and is solidly researched. But our online essay writing service goes several steps beyond these minimum requirements:
Your security and privacy are very important to us as well. Therefore, we go to great lengths to protect them both.
How to Write A Five-Paragraph Essay
Step-by-step instructions for planning, outlining, and writing a five-paragraph essay.
The most important part of writing a five-paragraph -- or any other style -- essay has little to do with the actual essay writing: When it comes to a successful essay, the most crucial step is the planning. In fact, a properly planned essay will practically write itself.
The first advice you should provide students about to embark on an essay-writing adventure, therefore, is to plan what you will write about -- and plan to write about the assigned topic.
The second part of that advice might seem obvious and unnecessary, but we all know those students who fail to carefully read the question or prompt and then too quickly write about a vaguely related topic; or those who believe essays are graded on word count and prefer to write a lot about a topic they know well -- or everything they know about a variety of topics -- rather than risk writing too little about a less familiar, though assigned, topic.
Students need to be made aware that assigned topics for most writing assessments already are quite broad; they often need to be narrowed and focused; they rarely should be broadened.
Consider the following assignment:
Mark Twain once said: "Suppose you were an idiot... And suppose you were a member of Congress... But I repeat myself." Discuss whether you agree or disagree with Mark Twain's statement.
An essay about some silly bills passed by Congress, an essay about a few brilliant and respected members of Congress, even an essay about the factors that influenced Samuel Clemens' beliefs about Congress might be appropriate responses; an essay about Tom Sawyer or the history of Washington, D.C. would not be.
According to the College Board Web site, the only way to get a zero on the SAT's new essay section is to fail to write about the assigned topic. A little planning can prevent that.
After students have read and understood the assigned topic, they can go on to the next step of the essay-writing process. This step does involve writing -- but not yet essay writing. In step two, students write an outline of their proposed essay. The outline should look something like this:
Congress According to Twain
1) Topic: The question or prompt rephrased in the student's own words. Rephrasing the prompt will help students understand the assignment and narrow and focus the topic of their essay. For example, "Mark Twain once said that all members of Congress are idiots."
2) Position: The student's position or opinion about the question or prompt. For example, "I see no reason to disagree."
Most writing assessments ask students to take a position. Students should be aware that, if the test directions ask them to take a position, they need to take one side of the issue and defend it, not consider and defend both sides of the issue.
3) Reasons: Three reasons the student has taken his or her stated position.
a) Reason 1: The most important reason. For example, "Congress has passed a number of bills without considering where the funding for those bills would come from."
i) Evidence: Example that demonstrates Reason 1. For example, "The Americans with Disabilities Act, the Clean Air Act, and the No Child Left Behind Act are just three examples of laws that were passed without considering how cities and states would pay to implement their mandates."
b) Reason 2: The second most important reason. For example, "Congress has passed a number of silly bills based on narrow political interests."
i) Evidence: Example that demonstrates Reason 2. "For example, federal laws have been passed making it a crime to imitate Smokey the Bear or transport wooden teeth across state lines."
c) Reason 3: The third most important reason. For example, "The members of Congress from my state are idiots."
i) Evidence: Example that demonstrates Reason 3. For example, "I met John Smith, a member of Congress from my state, and he had never heard of my hometown."
The outline now is complete, and the essay -- as you can see by reading the italicized text in the outline -- is practically written.
The Five-Paragraph Essay
Finally! Students have arrived at the easiest part of the essay-writing process -- writing the essay. All they have to do now is arrange their outline text into a five-paragraph-essay format and add a few transitions, and they're done!
Paragraph 1: This is the Introduction. Here, students restate the assigned topic, state their position on the topic, and list the three reasons for their position. They end the paragraph with a transition sentence.
Mark Twain once said that all members of Congress are idiots. I see no reason to disagree. Members of Congress are often financially irresponsible, politically motivated, and unaware of the real concerns of their constituents. Let me explain.
Paragraph 2: This is the first of three paragraphs in the body of the essay. Here, students name and explain the most important reason for their stated position. They end the paragraph with a transition sentence.
Congress is financially irresponsible because it has passed a number of bills without considering where the funding for those bills would come from. The Americans with Disabilities Act, the Clean Air Act, and the No Child Left Behind Act are just three examples of laws that were passed without considering how cities and states would pay to implement their mandates. Congress doesn't just waste money, though, it wastes time too.
Paragraph 3: This is the second of three paragraphs in the body of the essay. Here, students name and explain the second most important reason for their stated position. They end the paragraph with a transition sentence.
Congress has wasted time by passing a number of silly bills based on narrow political interests. For example, federal laws have been passed making it a crime to imitate Smokey the Bear or transport wooden teeth across state lines. Congress doesn't only do idiotic things as a group, though.
Paragraph 4: This is the third of three paragraphs in the body of the essay. Here, students name and explain the third most important reason for their stated position. They end the paragraph with a transition sentence.
Even the individual members of Congress from my state are idiots. I met John Smith, a representative from my state, and he had never heard of my hometown.
Paragraph 5: This is the Conclusion. Here, students rephrase and recap their position on the issue and their reasons for it, and then write a concluding sentence. The conclusion might emphasizes their position, expand it, offer a solution, or express a hope or prediction for the future.
So you can see why I think Mark Twain was correct when he said that all members of Congress are idiots. Often financially irresponsible, politically motivated, and unaware of the real concerns of their constituents, I believe that members of Congress need to spend less time immersed in the politics of Washington, D.C. and more time amid the voters at home.
Congratulations! You passed!
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Article by Linda Starr
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Last updated 10/02/2017