The Write Place will operate in accordance with COVID-19 policies and procedures set by King's University college. If you are ill, or if you do not have proof of vaccination status, please consider accessing The Write Place tutoring through online appointments only. Note that we will not offer in-person drop-ins this year. All appointments should be made through https://kings.mywconline.com/
Yes, you need an appointment to guarantee and secure a spot so that you will work with a tutor, consultant or specialist at a set time. However, you are welcome to go to kings.mywconline.com and book any empty (white) available slot. IF there is an available empty spot, you will be linked to a tutor. Online drop-in does not guarantee you a spot, so make an appointment to avoid disappointment. Even if you would like to make an appointment in-person, you should use kings.mywconline.com to do so.
You will work with tutors from all disciplines; peer tutors with strong academic skills from upper-year, and our senior tutors, consultants and specialists with graduate degrees and teaching experience.
No. Our services are completely confidential. We will not discuss your work with anyone without your permission. If your instructor offers bonus marks for visiting The Write Place, put this information in the assignment details area when you are booking your online appointment, and we will inform them of your attendance.
We do not proofread. Your tutor will ask you questions about what you want to say in your paper, and give feedback about clarity and organization. But we can teach YOU how to proofread your own work. We will focus on one or two writing issues in each session.
Not at all. You can upload your rough notes, mind-maps, drafts, or whatever you’re working on, and we’ll help you, wherever you are in the writing process. Do upload your assignment question or topic.
Normally, we work with students in all formats, including digital and hard copies. Because of COVID-19 protocols, this year we urge you to work by minimizing contact with screens and papers, as much as possible. If possible, only bring digital copies to in-person appointments.
If your instructor permits it, and if all members of the group are present, we will gladly discuss your group project with you. We cannot discuss a group assignment with a single member of the group.
Definitely! Many students find that working on a written assignment with the help of multiple tutors helps them improve organization, persuasiveness, and clarity.
Your instructor decides your grade; we would never presume to predict marks. We work with you on improving your overall writing ability and treat each paper as a step in the process.