Buying essays from the internet and submitting it as your own is always a bad idea. For one, rarely (more likely never) will you get you anything original. Worse, the teacher might have seen it already (other students can buy it, too).
If you’re really pressed for time and don’t have any options, then go ahead and buy that essay you’ve been eyeing from that shady website. Just don’t put your trust blindly in it, though. Instead, put in a little work. Rather than submitting it as-is, try using it as a basis for writing one yourself.
Here are a few tips:
- Buy pre-made essays instead of commissioning a new one. Many previously-made essays available online are usually written by real students who submitted it for their own classes. At the least, they’re usually on-topic and properly researched.
- Write your own essay. Don’t change a word here or there. Instead, fire up an entirely new Word document and start a new essay there.
- Use the bought essay as a source material. Think of the essay you bought as a source material. Sure, you’ll use its ideas, its research and its bibliography, but you’ll write it in your own words. That way, you lessen the chances of getting busted. Plus, your paper actually sounds like you, instead of someone else.
- Do better next time. Just because you get away doing this once doesn’t mean you’ll get away with it every time. Learn from your mistakes here and do the work next time.