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As an essay writing help service run by volunteer, Ivy League students, we are able to provide quality editing at no cost to you!
Our editors provide in-line suggestions on grammar, word choice, sentence structure, clarity, and organization directly in your essay.
Deadlines are approaching! We strive to serve our clients quickly. Get your edited essay back from us within 7 days of submission.
Send us an original admissions essay that needs fixing (up to 800 words), as well as the prompt .
It will take about a week for the editing team to review your essay and suggest revisions.
You will get back your essay with detailed recommendations made through Google Docs.
As you can tell, we aren't fancy. Our website is basic and costs us very little. Our staff is small and consists entirely of unpaid college students who are talented in writing and attend top universities in the country. At WriteKey, our trustworthy and knowledgeable student editors review essays and communicate with clients directly through a reliable third-party platform, rather than through a more expensive custom platform. Our student editors are an excellent resource to help you improve your essays because they, themselves, have succeeded in the application process recently. If, for any reason, you are not satisfied with our services, please let us know what we can do to be better.
"My edits were extremely thorough. I really liked that the essay was reviewed for structure as well as grammar. I also like that all of the edits were explained and I could choose whether to accept the editor's suggestions."
- F.S., Nova Southeastern University
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