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Is it legal to buy custom-written papers from such services?

It is illegal to advertise academic writing services in New Zealand and 17 US states, including New York, California, and Florida. It’s also unlawful to provide such services in Australia. And most schools have honor codes that consider submitting papers bought online for grading a form of plagiarism. However, there’s nothing illegal or immoral about using professional proofreading, editing, or formatting services to improve the papers you write.

What types of papers can I buy from such services?

According to the writing services’ representatives, the ever-growing demand for academic papers expands the offer variety to include assignments that were unavailable five years ago. Currently, the most sought-after papers among students include the following:

Admission essay

A compelling personal piece highlighting the unique traits making a college applicant the best fit for the school and major.

Annotated bibliography

An alphabetized list of relevant references, properly formatted and detailing key findings that can be used in a research paper or other project.

Application letter

A compelling response to application prompts for undergraduate or postgraduate programs, scholarships, grants, etc.

Argumentative essay

A well-researched piece that provides convincing arguments and supporting evidence to compel the reader to take the writer’s side of the issue.

Article

A scientific, narrative, or descriptive piece written and formatted for publishing in a school newspaper, magazine, scientific journal, or on an online platform.

Article/Book/Movie review

An objective critique of a work of fiction or nonfiction, complete with examples and quotes, as well as a subjective opinion about the piece.

Biography

A detailed and historically accurate depiction of the life story and major achievements of a significant historical figure, role model, etc.

Business plan

A detailed depiction of the business goals, the operational, marketing, and financial tools and methods used to achieve them, as well as the expected time frame.

Case study

An in-depth overview of a specific class or major-related personal or organizational issue, its causes, potential solutions, and their limitations and possible risks.

Coursework

Any assignment that counts towards the final class grade, including writing tasks, calculations, projects, presentations, or practical work.

Cover letter

A one-page email or letter accompanying a resume or CV during a job application process tailored to a specific position and company to improve employment chances.

Creative writing

A piece designed to practice and test specific writing skills and techniques, synthesizing literary sources and past writing experience into an original work.

Critical thinking

An analytical piece that showcases the ability to deconstruct reference data and arguments, exercise doubt, and pinpoint weaknesses in reasoning.

Essay

A short narrative, descriptive, or argumentative work focused on a narrow issue highlighted in a thesis statement and supported by credible sources.

Literature review

A separate work or a part of a longer piece analyzing existing research on the issue and highlighting the inconsistencies, contradictions, and gaps in knowledge.

Multiple choice questions

A brief list of answers to a test or quiz with or without detailed explanations for the answers chosen among available options.

Presentation

A set of slides that serves as a visual aid for a speech, depicting significant facts, numbers, diagrams, or photos necessary to support the argument.

Problem solving

A detailed solution to a science, math, or other problem or a short answer that does not show the work, depending on the task requirements.

Questions & Answers

A list of short or detailed responses to open-ended questions on a single topic or the contents of the whole course.

Report

A brief overview or summary of the goals, work done, and results achieved during a lab class, practical or other assignments.

Research paper

A detailed academic work comprising the research goals and objectives, literature review, methodology, results achieved and their analysis, and recommendations.

Term paper

A lengthy piece tailored to test the students’ in-depth subject knowledge and understanding, as well as research, critical thinking, and writing skills.

Thesis

A requirement for many undergraduate and postgraduate programs focused on theoretical and practical research in the field of the student’s major.

Thesis proposal

A compulsory preliminary piece required by most schools comprising a brief overview of the future thesis topic, literature review, methodology, and expected results.