Thursday, February 26, 2015

Essay Write Today

Academic Levels:

  • The High School Diploma is the foundational type of degree in the American educational system: you will need to have one in order to enroll in nearly any postsecondary educational program. If you are still in high school, you must finish this degree to move on.
  • Associate Degree (College/Undergraduate) is an undergraduate degree that can be earned in approximately 2 years.
  • Bachelors Degree is a four-year degree awarded by colleges or universities.
  • Masters Degree is a graduate degree that requires specialized knowledge and study focused in one area. This usually requires 1 to 2 years to complete if attending classes full-time.
  • Doctorate Degree (PhD)provides the highest level of education possible. The doctorate degree implies expertise within a field and traditionally takes between 3-6 years to complete.

Type of papers:

  • Annotated Bibliography: An annotated bibliography is a list of citations to books, articles, and documents. Each citation is followed by a brief (usually about 150 words) descriptive and evaluative paragraph, the annotation. The purpose of the annotation is to inform the reader of the relevance, accuracy, and quality of the sources cited.
  • Argumentative Essay: This kind of essay does not only give information but also present an argument with the PROS and CONS of an argumentative issue. The primary objective is to persuade people to change beliefs that many of them do not want to change.
  • Critical thinking: A critical essay involves evaluating information, theories or situations and is an important way of analyzing information, posing questions and challenging information.
  • Article: A written composition in prose, usually nonfiction, on a specific topic, forming an independent part of a book or other publication, as a newspaper or magazine.
  • Essay: Generally a short piece of writing written from an author's personal point of view, but the definition is vague, overlapping with those of an article and a short story.
  • Article/Book/Movie review: An essay or article that gives a critical evaluation (as of a book or play).
  • Literature review: A text written by someone to consider the critical points of current knowledge including substantive findings, as well as theoretical and methodological contributions to a particular topic. Literature reviews are secondary sources, and as such, do not report any new or original experimental work.
  • Biography: A biography is a detailed description or account of a person's life. It entails more than basic facts (education, work, relationships, and death) - a biography also portrays a subject's experience of these events.
  • Creative writing: A piece of writing that expresses ideas and thoughts in an imaginative way. The writer gets to express feelings and emotions instead of just presenting the facts.
  • Presentation: The act of introducing via speech and various additional means (for example with sharing computer screen or projecting some screen information) new information to an audience.
  • Business plan: A formal statement of a set of business goals, the reasons they are believed attainable, and the plan for reaching those goals. It may also contain background information about the organization or team attempting to reach those goals.
  • Case Study: A detailed analysis of a person or group, especially as a model of medical, psychiatric, psychological, or social phenomena.
  • Coursework: Written or practical work done by a student during a course of study, usually assessed in order to count towards a final mark or grade.
  • Term paper: A 'term paper' is a research paper written by students over an academic term, accounting for a large part of a grade. Term papers are generally intended to describe an event, a concept, or argue a point. A term paper is a written original work discussing a topic in detail, usually several typed pages in length and is often due at the end of a semester.
  • Report: A written account that gives information about a particular subject, situation, or event.
  • Research paper: A research paper is the culmination and final product of an involved process of research, critical thinking, source evaluation, organization, and composition.
  • Thesis: thesis or dissertation is a document submitted in support of candidature for an academic degree or professional qualification presenting the author's research and findings.
  • Thesis proposal: A detailed summary of the dissertation that informs the committee on whether the subject and the topic are appropriate to the field of study. The most important factors of each thesis proposal are the topic, the thesis statement, the main question, the introduction, Literature Review, Methodology and References. What is the difference between thesis and dissertation?
    1. In USA: The term ”Dissertation” is commonly used when referring to PHD level graduate paper, while “Thesis” is done for Master’s and lower academic levels
    2. In UK: The term ”Thesis” is mostly used when referring to PHD level graduate paper, while “Dissertation” is done for Master’s and lower academic levels (vice versa)
  • Admission Essay/Personal statement: The personal statement same as application letter, your opportunity to sell yourself in the application process, generally falls into one of two categories:
    1. The general, comprehensive personal statement allows you maximum freedom in terms of what you write and is the type of statement often prepared for standard medical or law school application forms.
    2. The response to very specific questions (admission essay): Often, business and graduate school applications ask specific questions, and your statement should respond specifically to the question being asked. Some business school applications favor multiple essays, typically asking for responses to three or more questions.
  • Application letter: A letter of application is a document sent with your resume to provide additional information on your skills and experience. It typically provides detailed information on why are you are qualified for the job you are applying for.
  • Cover letter: A letter sent with other documents to explain more fully or provide more information.
  • Application letter vs. Cover letter: When writing an application letter, it is recommended to hit three main areas of focus. You want to catch the reader’s attention, provide a convincing argument that you are qualified for the job and request an interview for the position. The focus of the cover letter is to simply identify yourself as the sender, along with the person to whom you are sending the information and the reason for it being sent.
  • Multiple choices: Multiple choices is a form of assessment in which respondents are asked to select the best possible answer (or answers) out of the choices from a list. The multiple choice format is most frequently used in educational testing, in market research, and in elections, when a person chooses between multiple candidates, parties, or policies. Multiple choice testing is particularly popular in the United States.
  • Problem-solving: Problem-solving consists of using generic or ad hoc methods, in an orderly manner, for finding solutions to problems. Some of the problem-solving techniques developed and used in artificial intelligence, computer science, engineering, mathematics, medicine, etc. are related to mental problem-solving techniques studied in psychology.

Nota Bene:

  1. It’s important to remember that papers of high school level usually do not exceed 10-15 pages.
  2. Bear in mind that the price for admission services is higher than for regular papers.
  3. we do not complete on-line tests.

Search phrases: