By SueJonn - 12/08/2021 10:00 - United States
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Just contact your professor with screenshots of your exchange with your ghost writer and the proof of the money transfer. Surely, the professor will give you an extension to hire a better writer and probably give you a few hundred bucks to make sure you get a quality employee. Give that a try!
When I was in college, I never understood why people had a hard time writing a long paper. Every single professor I had who required term papers, always stated so at the beginning of the semester, so I always asked about it, to get an early start on it. I would always be nearly done with them, about the time they mentioned it later on.
Even without being such a goodie-two-shoes, you do at least have the whole semester to put it in the backburner, let it simmer and should have plenty of ideas by the time you start. Once you have the overall structure in mind, writing such papers doesn't take more than a few hours.
I learned the hard way about waiting to do papers. So when I finally went to college in my 30’s, I decided to get a jump on them. It wasn’t goody two shoes, it was being smart with time. Going to school full time, working full time and raising kids at the same time, makes you be smart with time management
I just BS'd my papers. Had one professor who let us email them to him by the end of class. I'd start and finish the paper WHILE IN CLASS, answer questions for my "class participation" grade and still get A's on the paper. World Civ. Didn't like history anyway. For ethics, I'd just write a paper and find sources that went with what I said. I'd also do those at the last minute. My last minute papers always got better grades than the ones I did with time to spare. No idea why, Haha. I mean, I guess had I tried harder I wouldn't have only graduated Cum Laude...but hey, no one even asks about that now.
That's blatant cheating. You don't deserve to graduate. Are you planning on having other people to do your work in the real world, when you get hired for a job?