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F.A.Q.

How does this actually work? / What’s the process?

After you sign up, we will review the course, enter your important due dates into our project management system, and assign the course to a qualified expert. You will receive a welcome e-mail from the account manager who is handling your course and you will typically see results in 1-2 business days. If you have any deadlines the day of or the day after signing up, make sure to let us know!.

I have a test that’s due tonight! Can you help me out?

Yes we can! Generally we like  at least  24 hr. notice to properly schedule assignments, but  if you have something due tonight, call us and we will strive to meet your deadline. We charge a $25 fee for any assignments that are due the same day.

How is pricing determined?

Each course is individually priced based on several factors such as:

-Subject and level of difficulty

-Length of the course

-Amount of work involved (number of exams, quizzes, homeworks, etc)

-Discussion board postings

-Our capacity to take on work on the day you call

*Please have a basic understanding of your course and the work it entails before calling us.

Can you help me out with everything? Including discussion posts?

YES! We can help you out with everything from A to Z.

Do you offer an ‘Entire Course’ Packaged deal?

Of course, that deal largely depends on how much work is involved. Each course curriculum is different from one to the next, therefore we offer different package deals. The best way to know about a package deal is to give us a ring anytime at 1-855-GET-HW-DONE.

Will the school know I'm logged in from a different IP address?

We’ve done thousands of courses and never had an issue with IP address. Logging in from another country can be a red flag, which is why we only use tutors who live and work in the US.

Do I need to buy textbooks?

You can save your money there – we rarely need your textbooks! Exceptions include homework assignments that come directly from a textbook, or very obscure classes.