UK Best Essays is a writing service aimed at students in the United Kingdom. They have over fifteen years of writing service experience and claim to only hire writers from English speaking countries.Top Rated Writing Services in the UK
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On review, this is not as good as it sounds. A US writer would speak English, but they wouldn’t necessarily understand what universities in Britain are looking for in an essay for example.
While this doesn’t mean it’s a scam as such, it’s worth keeping in mind as you read our review.
The sample essays aren’t terrible. They do read as though they were written by someone in the UK who speaks English. However, the language is very simple for a degree level paper and would definitely need to be heavily edited to get it up past a high school level. The samples available on website will clearly show how far it’s from actual academic level writing.
This isn’t what you would want when you pay for a service, as you would expect the complexity of the language to match your requirement – maybe this is a reason to find an alternative service.
The Services Offered
Uk.bestessays.com offer a wide range of services: essay writing, case study writing, coursework writing, research paper writing, lab reports, and dissertations. They also provide research proposals and CV writing.
There are no guarantees that the writers here are actually qualified to write CVs so this may be one to avoid. There are also particular parts in terms and conditions that relate to refund that have to be carefully read.
The prices start at £15.35 per page and go up to £42.85 a page, quite a stretch for the average student budget. They do offer a coupon for first time users and various discount levels depending on the number of pages ordered for return customers, but at a maximum of 15% it’s not a huge difference.
To get a discount code, you must login and the code is emailed to you so you have no way of knowing which code you will get and how much you will save without signing up.
There is on site chat which annoyingly beeps at you every couple of minutes when you use the website. There is also a telephone number, which uses the term “toll free”, an American term which makes you wonder if the site is really UK based.