A man who makes money writing students’ college papers — including postgraduate-level stuff — slams the professors that make his job possible:
For those of you who have ever mentored a student through the writing of a dissertation, served on a thesis-review committee, or guided a graduate student through a formal research process, I have a question:
Do you ever wonder how a student who struggles to formulate complete sentences in conversation manages to produce marginally competent research? How does that student get by you?
He goes on in fascinating detail about how he works, the academic field that demands his service the most (education students), and why he’s thinking of quitting.