How to use plagiarism checker

1. Sign up to get started

Registration is the primary step you need to complete if you want to check your texts via our tool. To obtain your personal account on, click "Check Text" button and fill in a brief form.

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2. Choose the best pricing option that meets your needs

Basic packages, Standard monthly packages, and Standard yearly packages. You may also contact our support team for customized packages in case your monthly plagiarism detection requirement exceeds 300 000 words.

If you have a permanent writing flow, you can request a Free API Trial to test the possibilities of our plagiarism checker at no cost. Besides, clients with low writing demand can make use of our daily 300 words given for plagiarism detection for free.

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3. Add your text for checking in any convenient way

When you are ready to check your text for plagiarism, The document can be uploaded using several options: URL, OneDrive, Dropbox, or the usual file attachment from your computer. Afterwards, click on the red button "Check Your Text"

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4. We will check your paper for plagiarism against billions of web pages will check your paper for plagiarism against billions of web pages. The plagiarism detection process usually takes less than 1 minute, but it also may be finished within 2-5 minutes if your document is large or if plagiarism levels in your file are higher than average.

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5. Receive professional PDF-report

After the detection is over, you will receive a professional plagiarism report with the fractions of indicated plagiarism.

PlagiarismSearch report will show not only the general plagiarism percentage, but also all the sources with coincidences (and each source will have its distinct plagiarism percentage).

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6. Swift and Accurate Plagiarism Detection

To learn more about our Similarity Report, you can read our extensive article about how to check plagiarism percentage and interpret its results:

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How to Use Our Plagiarism Checker. Detailed Guide.

If you use a written work or its extract, even a small paragraph, not crediting the author and the published source, it is regarded as plagiarism. Not to plagiarize unintentionally, you should make a previous sentence your rule of thumb. Imagine you wrote an authentic paper, your thoughts were expressed eloquently and relevantly, but then, you got tired, and decided to copy several sentences from a specific source, which also vividly elucidates the issue under investigation.

Leaving even a few copied sentences without attribution is a grave mistake! It will not only spoil the overall perception of your paper, but it will also aggravate your potentially high grade. Evidently, you do not want to suffer for such a mistake or inattentiveness, getting a bad grade or even being put on academic probation.

Hence, how to check if you plagiarized? Before turning your assignment in, do not be lazy to use an effective tool, such as PlagiarismSearch, which will promptly identify all the sentences you plagiarized.

PlagiarismSearch Knows the Tricks as Well!

Applying Latin Characters. Despite certain known tricks frequently exploited by students, it is not so easy to fool new-fangled plagiarism detectors. For instance, PlagiarismSearch helps to eradicate cheating owing to the option to scan against “only Latin characters”. It is especially effective if you check an Indo-European language text. It lets a professor instantly see where a student used Cyrillic letters or other symbols to reduce the percentage of plagiarism content. We will not make it work!

Scanning Against the Academic Database. There have been frequent situations when students over-relied on the previously published essays in local scholarly journals, thinking that they will not be discernible. Therefore, they cited only parts of the researched material, as they scanned their drafts via the plagiarism checker and were happy not to see coincidences. Anyway, a bunch of copied text emerged later when professors checked their assignments using PlagiarismSearch. This way, our tool proved to be more effective than other detectors because there was a little secret: scanning against the university’s Storage. Usually, this feature is activated by professors via Moodle using our plugin. The archives with previous students’ works should be uploaded into our system. Further, an educational establishment may choose to check for plagiarism against their Storage and against the web resources. When needed, some of these options can be easily unticked.

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