Formatting Requirements To Follow

As you know, customers have very specific requirements and instructions that must be followed. Yet, there are several rules applicable to all assignments. Before you start working on assignments, you need to carefully study our requirements. Failure to comply with our requirements may result in unnecessary revisions, delayed delivery of a written paper, or even a termination of our account at our website.

1. Plagiarism and rephrasing
All assignments are run through an advanced plagiarism checker as well as read by a human editor. Any instance of plagiarism will not be tolerated. Papers containing more than 5% of directly copied materials (whether or not it is cited - no difference) will be returned for re-writing. You must deliver papers that are written in your own words.

2. Formatting basics
All papers must be written in either Arial or Times New Roman, 12 pt. font. Papers must be double-spaced, if customers does not have other requirements. You may not insert extra spaces (empty space) between paragraphs. One double-spaced page should have 275 words or more. If the customer orders 10 pages, you must delivered 10 fully-written pages, neither 9 nor 9.5 pages. The margins should be set at 1 inch or 2.54 cm on all sides.

3. Proofreading
Do not neglect the importance of proofreading your writings. Grammar mistakes, misspelled words, or weak sentences undermine the quality of your works. Thus, don't rush through writing. After all, a thorough proofreading takes less than 15 minutes to accomplish.

4. Free pages
Our customers have an option to choose bonus or free pages that accompany their assignments. Such pages as title (cover), outline, and reference list (bibliography) are to be provided for free. A sample of acceptable outline can be found here:
http://www.docstoc.com/docs/23371354/Argumentative-Essay-Outline-Template---DOC---DOC
A three-line outline will not be accepted. Title page should be done in line with style requirements (APA, MLA, or Harvard).

5. Referencing
Any borrowed information (cited, paraphrased, or even consulted) should be cited in-text and included in reference list. All sources/authors from reference list should be found within your writing. In other words, you cannot include a book in your reference list if the author of that book is not mentioned in your piece of writing. There are three most commonly requested referencing styles:
APA - https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/
MLA - https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/
Harvard/Chicago - http://libweb.anglia.ac.uk/referencing/harvard.htm
Please note - style refers not only to referencing, but also to general formatting, including title pages, headings, bolding, highlighting, etc. Thus, be careful to study all essentials.

Finally, if you have any questions about our rules or need assistance, clarification, or just an advice regarding requirements set by the customer, you are always welcome to contact us without hesitation. A happy customer is a returning customer. We are always ready to help you with any aspect of writing, whether it deals with finding good sources or guiding you through the process of formatting and referencing.