Who would not want a wish granted? In this fast-paced, technology-driven generation, I myself would want to have what I want instantly. So, you are out of time. You need to complete that very much required units. The professor's been very strict on the deadline. Here you are, you want to do it, yet fate is not on your side. Somehow, the much needed attention you have to give your thesis had been spent on something else. And the only choice you have – is to buy a research paper online. But before you go ahead and choose, you might come across some advices. Your good side might also be telling you that you might just pull it off if you do it yourself. Before you go on decide, read on, not only to allay your anxiety, but to give you a piece of reality.
First and foremost, the P word. Plagiarism. Who would want a red mark on something that you thought was yours alone? Who would want to be expelled? Plagiarism is simply getting credit for what you did not write. A replica of someone's writing, a copy of something someone manufactured through sheer effort, passing it to comply. Afraid? Yes, be very afraid of such actions.
How do your professors check if it's copied? As a student, you are submitting dozens of research papers before this one, which really did sap you of all your time and energy. Now, if you will be copying something exactly from the web, your professor will see the difference. You see, there are certain ways we write things. Your teacher spends time checking your work. By the time you submit a copied material of someone's work as your own, he may be already familiar with the way you write, unless he doesn't check your work, which I strongly doubt. He will readily recognize the difference. Remember, they were once students before. What you plan to do now, they may have already did in the past and so learned their lesson well. Take note that your professors have been teaching for years and they have been checking college papers while you were in your freshman years.
Another point is, your professors have a way with words. They will give you questions that will defy plagiarism. If you will buy a research paper online, chances are, its not exactly what your teacher requires. If you are smart enough, you will notice it and will try to create them in your own words. That is double work for you. You paid for something which can readily be read from books if only you spend time reading and you spend more time with it for rewording purposes. It's like buying a shirt too big for your size and so you have to go and see someone who can alter it to have it ready for the next day. Frustrating isn't it? Am I telling you that buying research papers online is not advisable? Read on my dear student.
Is plagiarism the same as buying a research paper? If I tell you that its not, would you believe me? When you write a research paper, you are expected to have a thesis adviser. Do you know that 80 per cent of your work is through the help of your research adviser? There are sites who hire writers wherein they create manuscripts for what you need. It is called “custom research paper”. From the word, custom is planned, made, manufactured based on what you require, what you need. If it is based on what you desire, should it be considered plagiarism?
I do believe it's plagiarism if you buy it all done, like a fruit, ready for the picking. It's like having an online adviser. A thesis will not be approved unless you present it to a panel. Of course you are expected to read everything, study your best defense since it is custom according to the title you proposed. As I have said, it is custom made – like a suit. If the tailor made it according to your specifications, it's not copying, therefore, it's not plagiarism. A word of advice though, you just have to make sure that the research paper you ordered through the web won't be up for sale by the same online writer. There must be a trust and consistent reputation to be considered before purchasing.
Second, I'm sure that from the moment your professor told you that you need to submit a research paper, you went ahead and tried writing it yourself. But somehow, you are not satisfied with what you have created, right? Somehow, it always gets returned with so many red marks or questions that you start asking yourself if it's worth the time you have given into it. Am I echoing your sentiments here? Again, I am reminding you of the word custom. It is fitted to your needs.