Writing Techniques to Avoid Suspicious Plagiarism in School Work

Causing suspicion to arise in your teacher about a piece of work you have written does not make for a happy teacher nor a calm student. Understanding how to write for school assignments is one of the best lessons you can learn early on so when your paper is next on the docket, it will be smooth sailing. Follow these tried and true tips to making your papers teacher-ready!

What language do you speak? 

When writing for an academic purpose, it’s only natural that your writing language will change from how you speak with your friends outside of class. What’s important is that you still sound like yourself while writing about the given topic. Teachers become suspicious when a writing style is vastly different from paper to paper so as long as your language is uniform, no eyebrows will be raised.

Be Punctual

You’ve checked your actual citations to make sure the bibliography is squeaky clean, but have you looked at the actual quotes within your essay? Minor mistakes like the quote, period, and comma being in the wrong place happen often and this is where it’s important to check that you didn’t put one in the wrong spot. Quotes can make the difference between correct citations and a plagiarism accusation.

Set and Scan

You’ve done all of the above and are feeling ready to hand in your assignment. The final box you need to check is scanning the assignment yourself with Copyleaks plagiarism checker to be sure your references are all accounted for and you are within the percentage that your teacher has given you.

Finishing your assignments will be a breeze when you apply these rules.

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