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Looking for academic help? Whether you are looking to improve your grades or simply improve your understanding of a topic, the experts at Paperdue can help you achieve your goals. Founded in 1998, Paperdue began as one of the first online study sites aimed at helping students increase their academic performance by honing research, study, and writing skills. Over time, we have expanded and refined our services, creating a one-stop shop for helping struggling students.
Many things in education have changed over the last 20 years. One of them is the emphasis on writing in K-12 education; changes in standardized tests have de-emphasized certain skills, leaving students unprepared for college-level writing projects. Many students struggle with understand the proper format for academic writing assignments, writing at the proper level, when to use citations, and how to properly cite sources in APA, MLA, and Chicago formats. Our database of example essays helps students understand academic expectations and provides a model of on-level writing. It is a similar approach that the College Board takes when providing example essays to students taking the SATs.
We have also noticed that some students struggle with understanding academic topics or even complex news stories, in part because of the way they are presented in modern media. We are constantly updating our articles and tutorials on major topics, so that students can stay informed about topics that they are likely to encounter in academic settings- from political issues to today’s trends. In our database, you can also find study guides and examples of term papers, case studies, and academic essays.
Used in conjunction with your class materials and the resources available at your school, the materials at Paperdue.com are designed to help you feel more confident and comfortable with your classwork, and help you increase your grades, making it an affordable, economical, and convenient option for students who cannot afford the expense or time associated with traditional one-on-one tutoring.