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Recently our CEO sat down with famed podcast host Omer Khan to talk about growing EssayJack Inc. reasonably, responsibly, and organically. Our leaders' philosophy has always been to create something of real value for English language learners and educators. Critical thinking and writing is core to their philosophies, and they believe that if the world was equipped with the skills that they want to teach, then we would all be the better for it for being able to critically engage and analyse the world around us. Often, though, in tech start up worlds, there is great pressure to grow fast and furiously on the back of big investment from strangers whose philosophies might be very different. So what did our founders do?

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EssayJack 26.11.2018

English is the language most being learned all over the world right now. Estimates suggest that at any given time there are over 1 billion people learning English worldwide. Learning English falls into four main categories:

  1. Listening
  2. Speaking
  3. Reading
  4. Writing

At EssayJack, we focus on the "writing" component of learning English for a few reasons.

This 2017-2018 academic year has been one heck of a great one for all of us at Team EssayJack, and we're excited to be showcasing some of the newest improvements to our platform and to our delivery of the best literacy software for teachers to teach writing, or to teach their specific content with their custom tips built into our platform, or for students to simply create their own accounts for our generic help on essay-writing and/or test preparation. 

And where will we be showcasing all this?

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EssayJack 07.10.2018

Procrastination turns into cheating

You’re sitting there with a massive 1,500 word essay due tomorrow and you’re probably feeling confused, annoyed, overwhelmed or even anxious. You do everything you can to prepare yourself to write what will be an epic essay (well, at least you hope so!).

  • Coffee? Check.
  • Some YouTube video with music that’s good for focus? Check.
  • A quiet spot in the library on campus? Check.
  • Phone on silent? Check. 

Okay, let's do this! Good thing you've done all your research already (or have you?), and you have copious summaries on the subject matter and bookmarked web pages for reference.

Forty-five minutes later you’ve got one, maybe two, lines. And then back to feeling frustrated with thoughts bouncing back and forth between, "Why didn’t I start this earlier?” and "Okay, I can do this, just need to pull an 'all nighter'”...

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