BETHPAGE, NY (PRWEB) September 7, 2005 -
Remember when a couple of sharpened # 2 pencils and some composition notebooks were all you needed for your first day of school? Things may have changed, but in many ways theyÂve changed for the better.
TodayÂs essential back-to-school tool is http://www.LazyStudents.com - considered to be Âthe answer to effortless researchÂ providing help for students stuck on a research idea, or who need more sources for a paper they are writing. As demands on students may be reaching new heights, the available resources on this evolving website have grown. The websiteÂs founder, Andrew S. Hazen, was a law student at the time he came up with the concept as a result of many of his schoolmates requesting his help with term-paper research. Though he didnÂt write the papers for his friends, his research gathering was an invaluable service. Realizing he could expand on this idea and reach students all over the country Hazen developed LazyStudents.com and launched the website in 1998. It had immediate success and over time gained in popularity as word of mouth and well-placed outdoor advertising and search engine optimization effectively increased its visibility and popularity.
Andrew Hazen has announced the relaunching of http://www.LazyStudents.com with an expanded ÂAll Access DatabaseÂ of resource information and many additional features. Dedicated customer support, extremely fast response time and access to over 10,000 free research sources and term papers are available to members for only $29.99 per year. Custom research services are also available, conducted by an enthusiastic staff of more than a hundred knowledgeable and highly qualified specialists Â ranging from attorneys to professors, all of whom enjoy what they do. Additional perks include the sale of various Âcollege kitsÂ of dorm room supplies and discount coupons on textbooks. Students can even get overnight delivery of genuine New York bagels to anywhere in the US.
LazyStudents.com does not write research papers for students, nor condones or encourages plagiarism or academic dishonesty. What it does, is save students valuable time and possibly provides the creative spark needed to get them started. In regard to the name of the site, Hazen says, ÂThe name may give a negative connotation, but itÂs really just to make studentsÂ lives easier.Â For additional information visit LazyStudents.com or contact pattie@LazyStudents.com.