Our Stance on Academic Dishonesty
Academic dishonesty is any form of cheating or fraud committed by a student or by someone acting on behalf of the student. Examples of academic dishonesty include plagiarising essays and theses or paying someone to write or source an academic document such as an essay in order to obtain advantage. The person providing the work is also committing academic dishonesty.
We do not offer academic help
We do not offer and will not intentionally or knowingly accept copywriting, proofreading or deep-knowledge expert advisory work to or from students. This work includes coursework assignments, essays, theses, reviews and reports.
We have a strict zero tolerance policy on academic dishonesty
We abide by this policy because we value academic research and progress too highly to dilute it or to make academia an uneven, unfair playing field; no-one should get better grades or results than others just because they can afford to cheat.
Our plagiarism detecting service upholds our standards
We own and operate the AI plagiarism detecting platform Plagiarism.co.uk and all non-sensitive material and proofread documents we produce or work on are stored indefinitely in its system.
We can, upon a request from an accredited academic institution or body, check if we have written – in part or in entirety – any material submitted by a currently enrolled student. This service is free of charge but if more than 50 checks are required it must be done through our application programming interface rather than via email. It’s easy to apply for free access to our API, so don’t worry.