Plagiarism checker recommendations?

If the current course, and your earlier writing training, were taught properly, you have no need for a “plagiarism checker.” Plagiarism is the willful copying of someone else’s ideas or wording and presenting them as your own. If you have carefully made clear what you, personally, have written, versus what you have used as inspiration but was originally the thoughts of others, you have no worries. Follow the instructions you have received about indicating quoted material, cite sources as you have been instructed, and go forward with confidence. Students who worry about getting caught “plagiarizing” often face the problem because that’s exactly what they’re trying to do. If your practice thesis was written in total honesty and sincerity, and you have followed the instructions of your training properly, you have nothing to worry about.I recomend you use

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