Academic Writers FAQs

Some of the frequantly asked questions are answered below to help new writers to understand about our working, how you will be getting work and how much you can be paid at the Academic Writers.

Q) What kind of work I will be assigned?
A) Academic Writers offers help in writing research papers, essays, term papers, dissertations and theses for the students of UK and USA universities. Hence, the writers need to be familiar with the writing and citation styles of these universities and must possess sound knowledge of conducting research and writing academic papers using the specified citation styles.

Q) How much I Earn and when I will be paid?
A) Although our writers may earn up to $4000 per month, it depends entirely on you how much work you do a day or a week. There is no limit on working and you can earn as much as possible. We offer $6 per page and an average writer may write around 10-20 pages daily. So, considering your writing skills you may determine your own earning potentials.

We pay our writers on monthly basis on every 15th of the month. The work done from 1st to 31st of each month is paid on 15th. We have a built in payment calculation system and you will be able to see your own expected payment from your account.

We have hired a reputable payment processor to send payments to any part of the world through any available payment method. So, while completing the registeration form just put the relevant details of your preferred payment method.

Q) What is the frequency of the orders?
A) We have unlimited work for you. So, there is no limit on how many orders you may pick. The only condition is that you meet the deadlines and maintain very high quality. .

Q) I have a question or concern about the work or the payment process

A) You may contact us at

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