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Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $65 - Posted
I am looking to hire an experienced editor/writer capable of performing regular edits on essays for physician assistant school applicants. Essays are 5000 characters in length and we edit for content, structure, grammar, etc. ... We offer single edit revisions through our website and I am offering $65-$75 per completed essay. It takes about 1 hour to edit an essay. A qualified applicants may earn several thousand dollars per month in regular income during the application season. ... Please attach your work experience and if you are familiar with the PA profession and medical/PA school/college admissions essays. Attached is a recent submission for editing for you to review.
Skills: Essay Writing Editing English Grammar
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $1,000 - Posted
“Connected Texts” are existing high-quality texts that are approximately 500 to 1000 words long and which provide either background knowledge for or contain themes related to one or more of the poems. A Connected Text could be a short essay, an op ed, or an excerpt from another book and can be fiction or nonfiction.
Skills: Academic Writing Lesson Plan Writing Poetry
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Consultants will be Editing and Proofreading school essays, projects, thesis, etc
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $10,000 - Posted
Looking for native English speaking writers to provide 100% original plagiarism-free articles on topics related to academic writing (writing tutorials, homework tips, essay topic ideas etc.). Estimated weekly workload per writer: 20-100 articles Article word count: 400 words Budget: $4 per article Please attach a sample of your work to the proposal.
Skills: Article Writing Content Writing English
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $50 - Posted
Word count: 600 – 700 words Writing style: blog post, engaging for readers, not too formal, no 1st person narrative Target audience: college students Topics: 1) Essential Tips for an Awesome Admission Essay 2) 7 Common Mistakes in Essay Writing: Learn How to Avoid Them 3) Cheap Yet Awesome: Top Travel Destinations for College Students
Skills: Article Writing Blog Writing English Grammar English Punctuation
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $50 - Posted
I have a paper of about 1558 Words, On Existentialism and Marxism. I need it completely paraphrased, however using the same references mentioned.
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $150 - Posted
Greetings, This job is for YOU if you're one of those rare species called "writers" who are very capable, adaptable, and versatile of writing thoroughly well-researched accurate informative how-to articles on anything thrown at you in a fun, informative, distinct style that is sharp, witty, and even humorous. No boring, lifeless, dull, superficial writing here so move along if you are. :) (Oh and did I mention, this is an on-going job if you're one of the chosen ones.) You must have a strong mastery over the English language and even have firm grasps with puns and idioms as well as proverbs, but nothing cliché please (e.g., "believe in yourself", "dress better," "treat people how you want to be treated," "do nice things and always smile," or "just be confident"), insulting readers' intelligence with common knowledge taught to a 5 years-old. If you're one of these writers, this is certainly not for you. Want to be impressed mentally and intellectually stimulated, not one of those folks just want to feel-good with a big heart based all around emotion. This is more mind than heart writing. Here's the biggie though and most technical part that not everybody can do, you need to be able to understand, break things down into pragmatic how-to doable steps for any average Joe to reproduce and imitate for instant gratification results. No theories, fluffs, nor regurgitated information which everybody knows and can already read from good ole Wiki, instead should be from credible and trustworthy well-documented sources that are "how-to" enlightening as if Buddha were to experience a Nirvana after each finished article reading. Of course not everybody can do this going back to this being more mind than heart writing. As a cautionary tale, there is to absolutely be no plagiarism, PLR, scraping, respining or whatever lazy amateurish writers like to do to cut corners. It has to be original, unique, content and in-depth. Must be written naturally like a human being for a human reader, not using any artificial methods, such as software, whatsoever. (We will be checking to make absolute sure, and if been plagiarized, it will be reported for accountability without payment.) Lastly, you must be reliable and punctual and do what you'll say you're do that includes deadline and expected delivery. Don't have time to suffer fools gladly. Now that we have gotten all this pleasantry out of the way, if you understand completely of all what are expected, go ahead and apply with the word "pigs shall finally fly" at the beginning of your reply. AGREEMENT: This is work for hire, and we will solely have all rights and copyrights, and do whatever we want with it; hence, this creation or any derivative thereof may not be reused or redistributed by anybody else. And by taking on this, you automatically and fully understand that. NDA will need to be signed upon hiring.
Skills: Essay Writing Academic Writing Article Writing Blog Writing