Revision requests are completely free when asked before the delivery of your assignment and its deadline. Now, we understand that at times students may not be completely satisfied with the work and hence may ask for a revision post-delivery.
We encourage all the students to track the progress of the assignment by requesting periodic drafts before the delivery of their final solutions.
If you seek revision after the delivery of your assignment, we will happily assist you within the gambit of our Revision Policy and the Terms and Conditions* that are stated below for your information.
- The revision for your completed orders once delivered to you, will be accepted up to a limit of maximum 30 days post-delivery date and all approvals will be subjected to the Terms and Conditions.
- Please note that we will only address Revisions free of cost for a maximum of 2 times. This is why you are requested to share all of your concerns at once instead of raising revision request multiple times.
- If your revision request comprises of any additional writing or research requirements which were not shared at the time of placing your order, like a new subject-topic, a new case study, usage of new software, additional learning objectives etc., then it will be considered as new work instead of revision and thus you will be required to pay an additional amount in proportion to the efforts that would be made by the tutor in addressing the new requirements
- In case a new requirement with a revision request is shared, you will receive a fresh price quote as applicable for the new task. For example, if you got a research proposal done on a topic previously agreed by you, and after competition of work, you request to change the research topic, it will be considered as a new assignment, instead of free revision. Same will be applicable on changing country-specific research, referencing guidelines etc
- For an effective resolution of your revision request, you are required to raise your concern through the Assignment Incubator Student Portal.