In the increasingly consumer-driven world that we live in buying any kind of academic work is almost as easy as buying clothes or electrical goods. Okay, so there isn’t a shop that you can go to. You can’t physically pick one up off the shelf. However, you can EASILY order one online and have one delivered to your email address. Whether it is right or wrong to this is for another time and place. However, just in case you are seriously considering your options here are my helpful instructions on how to buy a research paper.
Research your options
This is not a decision that you should just rush into. There could easily be serious repercussions if you get found out and your place of study takes umbrage at the fact that you have chosen to purchase it. They may be fundamentally against it, or they may simply decide to make an example of you. It is therefore, critical that you fully research all of your options including service providers before committing to your purchase.
Narrow down your options
Once you have fully researched all available candidates it is time to start narrowing down the field. It shouldn’t be too hard to rule people out on the basis of:
Once you are left with 2/3 suitable candidates you should start making some initial inquiries.
Chat with friends in an informal setting
As you are doing this surreptitiously then it is best if you can do most of the negotiating away from school or college. Grab your closest friends over a coffee and bounce suggestions off them. You might find that you are not the only one in the market for a paper, or they may be able to point you in the right direction and help you find the most suitable person.
Check out their credentials
With the best will in the world, someone can be brilliant at math but rubbish at science. Don’t presume that just because someone has rave reviews in one field that they will automatically be brilliant in your chosen subject. Choose with care, and don’t be shy about checking out their credentials.
Can they deliver on time?
You need to be crystal clear from the offset about any expectations and deadlines that you might have. There is no point commissioning someone to do this work for you only for them to disappear on vacation for several months. Ask upfront to avoid any disappointment.