Hi student, I am Tessy Writer, I am 40 years old, and I will save you from sleepless nights! My academic path began with admission to the University of Dayton. As a student, I led a group of sociologists that researched to improve the townspeople’s lives. I learned to take interviews, touch readers’ souls through writing and find ways to solve people’s problems.
Hi student, I’m Tyler Payne. I’m 30 years old and the most creative writer ever – my specialty is history and philosophy. I attended Harvard University and received my Ph.D. in Philosophical and Historical Sciences. I know everything about the Ancient Near East, Greece, Rome, and Egypt. The university taught me to think like philosophers of Greece, find compromises in difficult situations, and foster a love of reading.
Hi student, I am Jayne Werry. I am 35 years old and your best academic assistant! Since childhood, I have read books: I have studied over a thousand literary works. Therefore, after graduating from high school, I entered Yale University. During my years of study at the institute, I wrote more than a hundred essays, successfully defended my dissertation, and wrote a book.
Hi student, I’m Adam Mace, 38 years old and full of energy to complete your academic assignments. After finishing school, I entered the University of Edinburgh. Studying at the university gave me everything I dreamed of: good knowledge of chemistry and biology, writing skills, the ability to research and prove my point of view.
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Hi student, I am Kevin Campbell, I am 37 years old, and I am a doctor helping students with academic assignments. Once my mother told me that I was kind and I needed to become a doctor. Thanks to her, I chose the medicine and entered Stanford University. At the university, I took part in all sports, social, scientific programs, and conferences. All these developed skills that were useful in medical practice: the ability to see the situation from different points of view, to understand what is essential for each person, to treat the patient, not the disease.