Our plagiarism checking service, using the industry-leading iThenticate tool, identifies potential plagiarism and self-plagiarism. It provides recommendations on remedial action to reduce the risk of your academic paper being rejected through peer review for these reasons.
Plagiarism can refer to the intentional copying of others’ work, but it is most often committed accidentally, as a result of incorrect referencing or citation. Plagiarism is a very serious issue in academia, and it is important to have your work thoroughly checked prior to submission to avoid the potential ramifications of accidental plagiarism. Our checking service is the ideal way to identify problem areas in your work and reduce the risk of your papers being rejected or retracted on the basis of plagiarism. Knowing that your submission has been professionally checked also gives you added peace of mind.
Research reveals that self-plagiarism is the most common form of plagiarism and is the main reason that a submission is likely to be retracted. Self-plagiarism is often difficult for the author to identify and can include reusing previously published findings, data fragmentation, and uncited self-quotation. We are able to thoroughly check your work with iThenticate to highlight areas of concern, and give you detailed recommendations on how to address any issues. Using a service such as ours to check your papers before submission improves your chances of publication and gives you more confidence in your work.
We screen your paper to help identify potential unintentional plagiarism and self-plagiarism.
We provide a full report on areas to address, with recommendations on how to resolve any issues.
Our service costs $100 and uses iThenticate, a trusted industry-leading tool for the academic sector.
Please follow the file requirements below when submitting your article for this service:
Files must be less than 100MB.
The maximum document length is 800 pages.
Files must contain at least 20 words of text.
Files must not exceed 2MB of raw text.