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What types of computer software do you use for research and writing?
Microsoft Excel is normally used to compile and manipulate data. For writing, Microsoft Word is typically used (which can be converted from and to PDF formats), and edits can be made using its track changes feature. Website content development and updates can be made using WordPress.
How do we confirm our arrangement in terms of hours to complete the work, cost per hour, and delivery date?
A draft contract will be emailed to you for your review. This will contain hours to complete the project, cost per hour, and the date for delivering your report/research/website content/edits, etc.
What if I would like help with a second pass of edits when the edits are substantive and numerous?
Unless a second pass is part of the original contract, a new contract will be drawn up for a second look at the document.
Are you able to incorporate thesis advisor comments when editing my dissertation?
It is EconWriter International’s policy that students write their own revisions suggested by their thesis advisors. However, it would be a pleasure to provide edits to these revisions and give commentary on the revisions where needed.
What if I have questions about the deliverable (paper/research/article/website content/edits, etc.) once I receive it?
Each contract will specify an arrangement regarding how your questions will be answered and how revisions will be made, if applicable.
How are payments made?
Payments are typically made using PayPal through the EconWriter International website’s “Rates/Checkout” tab. Typically, 40 percent payment is due upon agreement of the contract, with the balance due within 10 days of delivering the final product.
Is my work with EconWriter International private and confidential?
Be rest assured that all versions of your documents and any consultations remain confidential. Also, you or your organization will not be used in any advertisements or testimonials without your prior consent.
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