Should you pay more for an ENL writer?

by Will Martins / Updated November 07, 2018

In short, it's worth the money to pay for an ENL writer, but it's not required to get a decent paper. Whether a student requires assistance from an ENL writer or not depends not only on the writing abilities of an undergraduate but on the numerous factors. Let me explain why you won't always need to hire ENL writers and why their services aren’t for everyone.

What is 'ENL', and why is it being sold?

For those who don't know, ENL stands for English Native Language and refers to people who perfectly know the English language (because they're native speakers, obviously). A vast majority of writing platforms aim to employ the maximum number of such writers because they assume their writing skills are flawless in comparison to ESL (English Second Language) writers. It’s worth noting that the native speakers need to be paid much more than ESLs because of various reasons (for example, native speakers live in more 'expensive' countries). Therefore, if you want your paper to be written by an ENL writer, be prepared to pay more.

If you're an ESL, you probably won't need it

Don't get me wrong, I know you want to get the highest grades on your essays; however, let's be realists. If you're an ESL student and someday you submit a paper that has been written by an ENL writer, it’s likely your professor will become suspicious. Especially if he can easily identify your writing style. And with every submitted assignment done by an ENL expert, you’ll raise suspicions about yourself.

So, please, be reasonable and realistic and try to find the writer that has a similar writing style and not the one that is better/more knowledgeable/sophisticated/ proficient, etc. Well, if you're an ESL student and you regularly opt to pay for ENL writers' services, there are high chances you are just wasting money and raise too much suspicion about yourself.

Opt for it if you are grasping at straws!

This means that if you need an ideal paper that will most probably bring you a high mark and will improve your academic reputation, go for an ENL writer. If you're an ENL student or if it's the paper that affects your GPA, also don't hesitate and pay the needed price for it. But don’t forget to make sure that the writer is informed about your writing style (providing him/her with some samples is a brilliant idea) so that he can copy it when working on your assignment. 

In total, if you're desperate and you really want to get a passing/high grade, it's worth paying more for an ENL writer. Otherwise, you might end up like Dr. Zoidberg in the gif below.

Don't forget that you might not get an ENL anyway

Remember, I told you before that it's not really a picnic for paper writing companies to hire ENL writers? In the majority of cases among 100 writers employed by these companies, there are only 1-2 ENL writers. Of course, this number is an average one, but there's really a shortage of ENL writers hired by various academic helpers. 

That much is clear that even if you need an ENL writer, you might not get one (sorry) because there are no free ENL writers left to complete your paper. Chances are, your paper will be written by a knowledgeable and proficient ESL who will do the job fine. However, why pay for an ENL in such a case? And also, don't forget about scammers that will assure you that your paper will be written only by American writers ready to jumpstart writing for just $10 per page (which is ridiculously cheap to employ an ENL, trust me). So, be extra cautious when picking an expert online. 

Summary

To wrap up, hiring an ENL writer won’t leave you out of pocket, although bear in mind that you’ll have to pay more than for an ESL expert. Well, not everyone needs assistance from a native. Opt for hiring an ENL writer if your paper is really complex, voluminous, and requires perfect grammar, if it affects your GPA and will help you get back on track in college. Otherwise, I'd suggest you spend your precious money on something else.

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