StudyWriters.com is hunting for talented individuals who are eager to make money from writing academic and business papers. Since 2014, our cornerstone has been working closely with both our customers and writers to ensure a courteous approach targeted at long-term relations. We are a global company, and we are proud to offer you a money-making opportunity.
How can I apply for an academic writer position?
Application is easy: fill out the application form by providing basic information. After you hit the “Apply now” button, you will be allotted with a personal page, but it will be inactive until we review your application. Stay tuned - we will reach out to you!
I have applied and been given the required personal page, what's next?
Once you have your application form submitted and have been given your personal page on StudyWriters.com, we will review your information and test papers to see whether your skills and quality meet our expectations. In case of approval, you will be contacted with further instructions - please stay tuned!
How do I pass the proficiency test, what does it incorporate?
The proficiency test is a set of several simple multiple-choice questions that intend to evaluate your basic English language command. If you are good at English, the test will take you literally just a few minutes, but it will help us to understand that we have found a potentially professional writer.
I submitted the test. How long does it take for you to hand out a decision?
Usually, we make a decision per each applicant within 5-10 days after we receive an application. Sometimes, however, it might take longer due to some externalities, but we are doing our best to move fast because we understand your anxiety.
What if after 10 days no one has contacted me?
If you have not heard from us 10 days after you submitted your application, it means that, unfortunately, you did not meet our quality standards. You might want to wait another several days just to make sure because we may face externalities that expand the review process, but the 10-day period is usually enough to make a decision.
I was denied in my pursuit of becoming a writer, when can I reapply?
You can try reapplying in 6 months, however, do not bother trying to re-apply by using a different email and name, we have got strong tracing systems which will easily disclose your attempt of repetitive applications.