When the student looks at the site, making sure they are looking at the assignment, they need to double check the assignment. It can be the difference from getting a good amount done, and having to redo the whole assignment. Especially on tutorial sites, as these sites or services have little to no human contact. Look over the assignment from the instructor, then check what the tutorial covers, this will tell the student everything. If it is with an online tutor, or helper, then make sure both have the right understanding.
When looking at the site, check where they specialize. Some sites are based out of the US, and some the UK, and some other countries, but do they cover more than their home Country? They will state if they do. If they do not state where they specialize, chances are they specialize no where. This is important to the student, because a student in the UK does not want to do their English homework according to US schools. Even if they are good, it will pass in the UK. The opposite is equally true. Just as schools in any country will have differences from another country, they need the resources for each country they work in.
This is another area that needs to be checked. All good sites clearly state who works on their assignments. F the site says; teachers/educators, professionals, PhD’s, and other people that would know the work, and how to answer these questions. Then chances are they would have quality information. If they give a list of people that could be just anyone off the street, then there is no way to know what that quality is. They would not be a good site. If they do not state what types of people they use, avoid completely. This could just as easily be a scam site.
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