It can be stressful being a student. Trying to juggle aspects of a busy schedule such as trying to attend every lecture, working a part-time, maintaining a social life and then trying to complete coursework and essays on top of all of that. Sometimes, there are just not enough hours in the day which is why many students turn to online writing solutions to help decrease the workload. However, if you’re looking for a site to suit your requirements, I highly recommended avoiding Order.StudentShare.net.
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Order.StudentShare – Rating 7.2
Table of contents
- Services: Average selection
- Prices: Too high
- Quality: Not perfect
- Customer service: Non-existent
At a first glance, Order.Studentshare looks like a professional and fully featured site that would be suitable for any students and their writing worries. Upon proceeding through the steps to create a test order, you’ll immediately notice the average selection of around 30 services. This is an average amount of a writing solution, with many of the leading sites offering 50+.
This means that not all students will be able to have every essay they need written through this site.
Firstly, I used the ‘Calculator’ page to quote my requested essay. I requested a ten-page essay written to a PhD level and a three-day deadline. My initial quote came to a staggering $320! This is completely unsuitable for a student’s budget, especially if the student was looking for a site that they could use regularly.
This price didn’t even include proofreading, a list of sources or a native UK speaker. At prices like this, you would expect the content to be near perfect.
Having forked out the extra $100 for a native UK writer and all the extras including proofreading, I was appalled when my essay was delivered to me. Even when reading the first paragraph, I noticed the essay was riddled with spelling mistakes, grammar errors and extremely poor sentence structure.
Not only had this essay to been written by a native English speaker, my extra payment for proofreading had obviously not been completed as any basic online spell checker would have picked up on the mistakes I noticed instantly.
Shocked at the essay I had received, I returned to the site to air my complaints. Firstly, I attempted to use the live chat system. After being disconnected from the chat roughly 8-9 times, I finally managed to connect with an operator that turned out to be a bot.
Unfortunately, there is no other way to contact the customer service team. No phone number, no email address, no nothing. This makes requesting a refund or raising a complaint against the company impossible.
To summarize, StudentShare.net is one of the worst writing solution sites I have ever used. Riddled with mistakes that resulted in an overall poor quality of content that was definitely not suitable for a hand-in of any level of education, lack of customer service and astonishing prices has meant that I would highly recommend against anyone using Order.StudentShare.net.