The Internet has made cheating and plagiarism easier than ever before. College students from around the country can share files with little effort or cost -- all under the school's radar. With millions of research papers and academic journals available to be copied, college professors can't possibly check everything. A plagiarism detector has become a necessity in colleges and universities across the country.
"Our one-of-a-kind plagiarism checking software is a must for any college or university. Papers are sent to us and then automatically scanned against published works, blogs, message boards and our own database of academic, legal, medical and institutional texts. Our unique and patented 'Synonym & Sentence Structure check' means we're able to check for intentional and unintentional similarities. With this software, students won't be able to change just a few words and submit the work as their own," said Jennie Williams, CEO of Plagiarism-Checkers, Inc. (http://www.checkforplagiarism.net/
Surveys show that academic cheating begins in high school and continues into college. Most students are never caught and don't consider cheating to be a big deal. Eight out of ten college students have admitted to cheating at least once during their college career, according to a Gallup poll. Those students go on to the workforce and plagiarism then becomes a problem that affects corporate America, as well as universities.
"We know that the best plagiarism checker doesn't do schools or companies any good if it is not affordable. Our program stands above our competition because it's affordable and available to corporations and individuals instead of just schools. We offer scanning software in English, Spanish, German, French and Italian so even foreign language classes are covered with the Check For Plagiarism program making our program fully customizable. We're not out to punish students, instead we're trying to encourage them to think for themselves and excel," said Williams.
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