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1. Academic Writer

An individual who helps students write essays/ answer questions in exchange for money.

2. Accepted Order

A task (essay/ question) that the client has paid for and hence the writer can start working on it.

3. Annotated Bibliography

A type of writing/ assignment primarily focused on explaining the reference material on a particular topic. The source/ citation is highlighted and explained in a few sentences.

4. APA (American Psychological Association)

A popular Academic Paper Formatting style. The style is defined and updated by the American Psychological Association hence APA. It is primarily used in Social science papers.

5. Bid Account

An Academic writing account where writers compete for clients. Each writer is free to set his/her price. Writers Communicate Directly with clients.

6. Book Summary Essay

An essay where the writer is required to read and understand a book and consequently write an essay based on the book.

6. Book Summary Essay

An essay where the writer is required to read and understand a book and consequently write an essay based on the book.

7. Canceled Order

A task that has been rejected by the client due to quality issues. The writer is usually not paid when an order is canceled.

8. Capital Case

A formatting style in which the first letter of each word is capitalized.

9. Chegg

A site with prewritten essays and study materials. Used by writers to research client’s tasks [Chegg.com].

10. Chegg Unlocks

Code allowing you to access locked material on Chegg.

11. Chicago

Another paper formatting and citation style. Mainly used in history and history-related fields [Chicago Formatting Style Official Guide].

12. Citation

A notation at the end of the paper highlighting the source of information used in the paper. The formatting of a citation is determined by the formatting style used in the paper.

13. Course hero

Similar to Chegg. A website with study material for students. Used by Academic Writers to research tasks. Writers can also get work from course hero.

14. Customer

An individual who has assigned you a task (essay/ question) and is ready to pay you once you complete the assignment.

15. Customer Reviews

Feedback from the customer on the quality of your work. Good customer reviews lead to more work and pay.

16. Deadline

The date and time by which an order has to be submitted to the client. The shorter the deadline the higher the pay.

17. Essay

A discussion on a particular subject written in prose form. The most popular type of work you will complete.

18. Footer

A section at the bottom of a word document. Page numbers in a book are usually placed at the footer.