Making an assignment is not an easy task. There are a lot of things that you have to take care of. Sometimes, it is too difficult that you may not be able to follow the conditions only, let alone creating an impressive assignment that stands out. As I said, there are a lot of things that you have to take care of and it is not me only that is saying this. Look at the following excerpt from the guidelines provided by the University of Adelaide,
“When you are writing assignments at university, you will need to include references to the information you have read. Because there is often a large amount of information to choose from, you need to learn to choose your sources wisely. The sources you choose should not only be relevant but also credible, which means trustworthy or reliable.”
You think that it is all that is there, then read further.
“At university, it is not enough to formulate your own opinion on a topic. Instead, you are expected to understand the literature available in your field and to form your own critical opinion in response to the ideas of others. This means that you are expected to read many sources and refer to those sources in your writing. The most common academic sources are journaled articles, conference papers and books. However, a variety of other sources may also be relevant to your disciplines, such as websites, reports, brochures, films and television or radio programs. When you write an assignment, you create an argument for your point of view, giving evidence for that view. The evidence that you give will come from the sources you have read. Hence, the quality of your argument will partly depend on the quality of your sources. If you use a source that is not accurate or well-informed, you do not look like a good student. Your lecturers may suspect that you used the first sources you found and will assume that you do not have a good understanding of ideas related to your topic. Choosing good sources means paying attention to who wrote the information, why and how they wrote it. To help you select the most credible sources, thereby improving the quality of your work, ask yourself the following questions when faced with print and electronic source materials.
Ask yourself these questions when evaluating print sources:
Is the author reputable e.g. university-based or from a research institution?
Does the reference list or bibliography appear comprehensive in its coverage?
Does the author present relevant background/context information?
Is the research methodology carefully presented to the reader?
Is the information presented still valid and applicable today?
Ask yourself these questions when evaluating electronic sources:
Does your lecturer/tutor recommend the site?
Who is responsible for the site? Is it associated with a respected organisation or institution?
Is the organisation responsible for the site clearly identified (e.g. with an official logo) and
Are contact details provided? Is there obvious bias on the site?
Does the source use correct grammar and spelling?
Was the site recently updated?”
I just want you to ask one simple question to yourself. Are you up for the challenge? If not, then you better not venture into the unknown area without preparation. It is not only your grades that are at stakes, but your future and the career also depend on how well you perform in these assignments. The assignments become permanent legal documents that you can flourish all your life for getting into your desired career to getting the promotions.
There are many issues that you have to deal with while in a university. Apart from the assignments, generally, the coursework in the university requires you to be much more than you expect. Even, knowing what is expected out of you is difficult for you to know if you have just entered the one. How would you know what to write on? How are you supposed to write about it? How do you know when you are critical and creative enough? They expect you to be creative and analytical. There is also the limitation of word counts. For any topic, there is a limited number of words in which you have to present your argument and make complete sense, be critical, be analytical, use right resources, put references and even criticize the same authors who you think are the authorities in your subject matter. This may seem like a mammoth task. And to tell the truth, IT IS. Well for a first-year student or a greenhorn, it may prove to be even more than that. Sometimes, the students even misunderstand the concepts of criticism as condemnation. That is where the things can take a bad turn. So, it becomes important to not rush it and be careful. One way out is to get help from an expert and it is the only effective way as far as I know. The expert can help you not only with the assignment but you would know eventually, what should be included and what should be left or avoided while making assignments. It helps you to make a good first impression and retain it.
There are various websites that offer expert assignment help but not all of these are genuine or good enough. Many of them are just there to make a quick buck and some lack the experience or expertise that is needed to make an academic assignment of college or university level. They cannot make a successful assignment even when they want to. So, as a student, you also have to be careful when hiring a writing expert. The best way to ensure that the assignment expert or service is the right on is to check the earlier works, sample assignments, and opinions and feedback of the students who have already used the services of the expert. This will help you to know the time they take to complete an assignment and whether they deliver within the time that they promise or not. Also, every website only talks good about their own selves. Therefore, go to other websites to know what the users and the people there have to say about a particular website.