Have you used expressions from previously published papers and are now wondering whether the text could be interpreted by the journal as being plagiarised? Difficulty paraphrasing sentences and failure to cite reference sources could result in instances of accidental plagiarism. Such instances are viewed by journals as a violation of ethical publication standards and often lead to rejection. This could have negative repercussions on an author’s reputation and credibility as a researcher.
Our Plagiarism Check service helps you identify passages in your manuscript that might be flagged by the journal for accidental plagiarism. You will receive an Turnitin assessment and an expert assistance report that will guide you on how to revise your manuscript.
You send us your manuscript.
We scan it for plagiarism, using Turnitin.
Turnitin compares the contents of your manuscript with over 38 million scholarly articles, books and conference proceedings.*
You receive a report that recommends the relevant corrective action, depending on the seriousness of the issue.
* Editage only uses the Turnitin solution to highlight instances of plagiarism and does not carry out any additional checks. Therefore Editage cannot guarantee that all instances will be highlighted, and will not be liable if any plagiarism is not picked up by Turnitin. In addition, Editage shall not edit or re-write any highlighted instances of plagiarism, and this shall be the author's responsibility.