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Protect your thesis from plagiarism
Software takes only 10 minutes
The plagiarism software only needs 10 minutes to check your thesis for plagiarism. This way you won’t waste any time waiting for the results.
No saving in a database
When the software is finished, your upload will be deleted from our server automatically and permanently, so you don’t have to worry about data privacy
Comparison to billions of sources
The plagiarism software compares your uploaded thesis to billions of online sources, making sure it contains no duplicate content.
The technology of the BachelorPrint plagiarism software splits up and assesses the text of the Bachelor’s, Master’s or other degree thesis into individual sections based on language statistics. The software takes each section of text and searches for duplicates on the World Wide Web; they are analyzed according to the degree of match. In this scanning process, affected sections of text are marked and their original source provided as a link.
Correct your thesis esaly!
max. 50 MB
Number of pages (maximum)
350 pages, equivalent to approx. 750,000 characters
public sources that are available on the internet
approx. 10 mins
File formats supported by the plagiarism software
Plagiarism software tips
Note that the plagiarism software scans every part of your uploaded paper, including tables and indexes. If you do not want the plagiarism software to check these parts of your thesis, please just remove them from your paper upload this version for the check.
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Upload your thesis, paper, dissertation or assignment to our system. All common formats like Word, PDF, Open Office or text-only files are supported. It is also possible to upload several documents at once. The plagiarism software then does a word count of the uploaded thesis and selects the appropriate plagiarism package automatically. From here our academic plagiarism software does the work for you.
Next your content is checked against millions of sources on the World Wide Web. The text is divided into sections, or so-called phrases, each checked individually for plagiarism. Using special algorithms programmed based on language statistics, the phrases are compared to billions of sources for duplicates on the World Wide Web.
The same system as that used by the plagiarism software is used by universities and colleges. As the plagiarism software is available in more than 10 languages, it is not necessary for your paper to be written in English.
The plagiarism software will generate a transparent plagiarism report which shows you at a glance the rate of plagiarism in your submitted document. The lower the rate, the better. As a rule of thumb, your plagiarism rate should be under 5%, which puts you in the ‘green area’. The plagiarism software also marks each duplicated area in your text in color and provides the original source as a link.
Play it safe. Leave nothing to chance!
The plagiarism software of a Bachelor’s or Master’s thesis (60-80 pages) normally takes between 10 and 20 minutes. It depends on the number of words submitted. In the case of longer pieces of work (200-300 pages), the plagiarism software can take up to an hour.
Yes! The plagiarism check works in all languages.
No! For data protection reasons, we don’t save any of our customers’ uploaded documents. We delete them from our server within 24 hours!
No! You can just upload your document, choose your payment method and then use the plagiarism detector without a user account or registering.
All publicly accessible online sources will be used by the plagiarism software. Databases where payment is required are excluded.
The BachelorPrint plagiarism software doesn’t save any uploaded work for data protection reasons, unlike Turnitin. Accordingly, we don’t rely on the same data base as Turnitin.
However, our plagiarism software searches billions of publicly available sources on the World Wide Web.
Information: If the work is scanned for plagiarism in advance with Turnitin, and the university also uses Turnitin, there is a considerable potential risk for the writer. As Turnitin saves the uploaded work, this will then be in their database. If the university scans the same work on it, it will then be classified as complete plagiarism. We have already heard this a few times. The student’s work was therefore failed in the first instance and they had to prove that they had written the document saved by Turnitin.
For an overview, only text passages that might contain plagiarism are shown in the plagiarism report. The other pages where no plagiarism is suspected will not be shown.
It’s possible that a section of text is marked as suspected plagiarism even though it has already been correctly cited, for example from a book. This happens if the software finds a further online source. In this case, the suspected plagiarism can be ignored and serves as extra peace of mind.