Assignment Helps keeps it simple. On their site, they promise that they can offer top quality Australian assignments, written by writers who are experts in their field. If you’re on the hunt for a company that can write an essay that will get you a top grade, they sound as though they know what they’re doing and can deliver that for you. Are they all what they’ve cracked up to be? This review will find out.
AssignmentHelps offers the full range of academic writing services, such as essay writing, dissertations, report writing, and term paper help. As an additional service, they offer a business plan writing service. As a soon to graduate student, perhaps that service is one that can be of a lot of use for you. Otherwise, the services on offer are pretty much what most academic writing companies can offer.
Assignmenthelps.com.au have plenty of five star reviews on the site from past customers, raving about the quality of the work and how it is worth the money. There are samples available on the site as well which back these claims up as legit, as they’re well written and referenced correctly. However, there aren’t an awful lot of examples to go on, and there’s a serious lack of samples from the sciences. A wider range of samples would show just how the service can write in a variety of styles, but it doesn’t seem to be the case.
On the site itself, it doesn’t appear to be possible to get an estimate of what your assignment will cost to be written. Instead, it asks for a lot of details in an online form, and promises to get back to you with a quote. If your deadline is creeping up, or you’re trying to compare several writing services, this isn’t the most intuitive way of getting a quote. If you do get a quote, it’s worth knowing that Assignment Helps does offer coupons. At the moment, there is a 15% discount code if you have an urgent order.
If you need quick support, there are two options available to you. There’s an email address you can contact AssignmentHelps on, or you can live chat with them directly. Both options offer links for both customer support and writing support, which is slightly confusing. After all, shouldn’t they be one and the same?