Writing papers for school can sometimes be a tedious task. Between the reading, researching, and sometimes needing to come up with your own opinion, finding the right words to write -see what I did there- can be somewhat difficult. When you accidentally forget the necessary requirements of quoting and citing your sources, you may find yourself guilty of committing plagiarism. Let’s take a look at the most common types of student plagiarism.
As the semester is starting to come to a close, the topics for final papers are also pouring in. The majority of papers in high school, college, and post-graduate studies will require at least one research paper to be written at the end of the semester. Follow our steps on how to write your papers and prove you didn’t commit plagiarism before you even hand the paper in!