FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How does our custom writing service work?
To learn about how our service works, please visit the “How It Works” page where you can read a detailed explanation of our features, along with a guide of steps to get your paper completed and a video tutorial.
How do I fill in the order form?
There are two types of order forms: a short one and a more extended one. The first one is located on the main page of our website. Once you fill out a short order form in the right corner of our website’s main page, click the “Continue” button to move on to a more extended form. At this stage, if you do not have an account with EssayShark.com, it will automatically be created by our system, and a password will be sent to your e-mail immediately. Please note that later, once you place your order and enter your personal account, you will be able to reset this password to any other combination of signs and numbers. Next, you are redirected to a more extended order form, where you can select a deadline, upload any additional materials for the writer, and specify other important requirements for your paper. To learn more about how to place an order with EssayShark.com, you can visit our “How It Works” page on the website and watch a video tutorial.
How will I be able to send my case study/articles/materials to the writer?
You are able to upload any additional materials for the writer, be it a draft, an outline, or some reading material, at the stage of filling out your order form.
What is the format of your custom essays?
There are several formatting styles you can choose from when placing an order (MLA, APA, Chicago / Turabian or Not applicable), and you will be getting a paper properly formatted in accordance with the rules of this particular style. In case you do not need any heading, title page, or references formatted (for example, if you are ordering a resume), you should choose the “ Not applicable” option, and the paper will be presented in a plain MS Word document.
Is it free to submit an order?
Yes, you can fill out an order form and submit your order for all writers to check. You can also ask writers to provide you with a short (around 100 words) introduction to check their writing skills and choose the best writer. Only when you are ready to assign a writer, you deposit the necessary amount to your balance and these funds get reserved for the order.
Are you socially responsible?
Yes, the company is socially responsible and adheres to established general social morals and tenets. That is why we do not provide papers on some controversial topics, namely:
• Gay marriage
If an order falls under one of these controversial topics, it will be automatically cancelled.
Can I get online tests done by your writers, such as multiple choice tests, check boxes, T/F, etc?
We believe it is the responsibility of students to pass tests on their own, whether online or on paper. In terms of a multiple choice test or any other kind of online tests, it is quite difficult to assess how a writer of ours would do on one.
If you have ordered us to complete an exam, it will be automatically cancelled. Including orders to complete tests, do not share any personal information with us. It can compromise your own security and possibly your standing in your educational institution.
When will my paper be done?
When you initially fill out the order form, you select the deadline by which you need the paper completed. Unless you later negotiate this information with the writer in chat, you paper will be completed by this initial deadline. However, please note that if your deadline has changed to a shorter one, we strongly encourage you to inform your writer in advance, since he or she might have a tight schedule and a heavy work load.
How will I receive my paper?
Once the writer is paid for the whole order, you have a chance to download your final paper in one of two formats: either as an MS Word document or as a .pdf file. The corresponding buttons will automatically appear on your personal order webpage, so you will have to click on one of the buttons and save the file on your computer
How can I modify my initial order requirements?
Once you have published your order and the writers have started applying for it, you can still change your order details, such as the number of pages, the title, or the instructions for your paper. In order to do so, you can click on the “Edit order details” button on your order page. However, please note that in case the deadline, the number of pages, or the title of the order has been modified, all writers’ bids will automatically be considered outdated.
At a later stage, when the writer was already assigned to work on your order, you cannot modify your initial order instructions. Your writer will complete the order in accordance with initial instructions.
What if I do not like my essay?
If you do not like what the writer has written, we recommend you to communicate your comments to the writer with no hesitation, while the order is still in progress, so that the writer does not have to start anew later on. You can instantly let the writer know whether he or she is doing something wrong or guide him or her in a different direction via chat communication. However, once the order is fully completed and the writer has been paid the whole amount of the bid, you will not be able to have the paper revised within this order any longer, since the order is automatically set on “Finished” status. What you can do in such a case is place an order for editing or rewriting.
What is a rewriting and editing service?
Rewriting and editing services are necessary when you already have a draft or the whole paper completed and would like our writer to improve its content. Both these services will require you to upload the initial text, since you are not paying for writing from scratch. Editing is defined as changing the content of your draft, formatting the paper according to a particular formatting style, and proofreading the content. Editing may cover a possible change of content of up to 25-30%. Rewriting includes editing, revision, and proofreading. It covers a more in-depth change of content then editing does, so that up to 70% of your original draft can be rewritten.