We provide a free plagiarism checking service for academic papers. Submit your work to us as part of one of our other packages and we’ll check to make sure your paper is below the level of duplication/plagiarism expected by international journals.
This service is critically important to non-English native speaking authors. Journal academic editors are well aware of the issues caused by high repetition rates in manuscript.
Once your English paper is submitted, the journal editor will carry out plagiarism detection before submitting for review. Manuscripts with a high duplication ratio will usually cause suspicion in editors; once the paper is deemed to be plagiarized, it is likely to be rejected and you will be requested to remove the plagiarized parts. Therefore, if you have taken lines from published articles or websites in writing your paper, we strongly recommend using our duplication checking service before submission.
We have a close relationship with Turnitin at TopEdit. We use our exclusive access to their sourced databases to check duplication in your manuscript. Submitted work is compared with the world’s largest comparison database to check for originality. This database contains 150 million papers from over 90,000 world-renowned journals and magazine databases and more than 20 billion webpage databases.
We compare your manuscripts with this massive resource of global databases and web content, obtain a duplication ratio, and offer a detailed originality report; this enables us to identify duplicated text as a percentage (as shown below), automatically track the source of plagiarized documents, and clearly mark paragraphs at risk from plagiarism.
as part of one of our editing services.
Plagiarism removal and rewriting
We provide professional duplication checking and removal services. Our editors will rewrite and polish your entire manuscript to ensure that the duplication ratio meets international standards and requirements of publications; the duplication ratio of the full text does not exceed 20%, and that this is less than 5% in each paper. This ensures that your paper meets journal publication requirements.