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Plagiarism test tool for your paper & thesis

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Description of the plagiarism test tool

The software based plagiarism test tool is an academic aid for students after they have written their thesis, assignment or dissertation used to locate plagiarism in a drafted document. The plagiarism test tool checks every sentence and compares it with all publicly available sources on the World Wide Web. For data protection reasons, the BachelorPrint plagiarism check doesn’t access databases with student papers.

WARNING: There are other providers that save all uploaded work in their own databases and therefore have access to personal data. This contradicts data protection laws and the duplications found are therefore not legally usable.

Just as the plagiarism test tool doesn’t save the uploaded file to our database, it also deletes it immediately after the check. In doing so, the customer’s data is protected.

At a glance: the advantages of our plagiarism check

1. Billions of sources checked on the World Wide Web

2. Clear plagiarism report with areas of plagiarism marked in colour

3. Link to the original source in the report

4. Your work won’t be saved to a database

5. Protection of the anonymity of your details

6. No need to create an account! Order without a subscription

7. Plagiarism check in only 30 minutes!

8. Plagiarism check like at universities and colleges

Pricing overview

Number of wordsPrice
up to 8.00014.90 $
8.001 - 60.000 24.90 $
from 60.00134.90 $

Example plagiarism report of the plagiarism test tool

plagiarism report example after plagiarism test tool

You can see in the example that 31,172 words have been checked and 253 words were identified as suspected plagiarism. This equates to a plagiarism rate of 3%.

The bar ‘overview of cited passages’ corresponds to the size of the total content of your document. The red markings indicate passages of text where plagiarism is suspected. So in this example, twelve sections spread over the whole document.

Each passage in the document is marked with its own colour that refers to a source found in the area ‘relevant sources’. In addition, the number of words where plagiarism is suspected is listed for each individual source in brackets.

How to assess the example report of the plagiarism test tool

With the plagiarism test tool, BachelorPrint offers students the possibility to better assess their work with regard to plagiarism and to take measures to ensure the submission of a clean, paper, assignemnt, Bachelor’s or Master’s thesis or dissertation.

In this example, the plagiarism test tool shows that the student is in the green area. The green area means ‘good’ and that only minimal tweaks to the work are necessary. The BachelorPrint plagiarism traffic light shows at a glance how you can assess the content after the plagiarism check.

Translation of the plagiarism traffic light

Plagiarism RateEvaluationCorrection Re-quired
0 - 2 % "Very Good" None
3 - 5 % "Good"Minimal
6 - 10% "Satisfactory"Medium
10 % <"Insufficient"High

General interpretation of the plagiarism test tool report

After the plagiarism check, you will receive a report on the percentage of plagiarism or duplication in your thesis, paper or dissertation. The plagiarism test tool uses green, yellow and red traffic light colours to immediately give the customer a transparent plagiarism result at a glance.

If the report indicates that you are in the ‘green area’, you can sit back and relax and submit your thesis or paper. If you are in the yellow or red area, then we recommend that you correct indicated areas of plagiarism. Here you can rephrase the marked areas and cite correctly with quotation marks and acknowledge the exact author.

A great advantage of the plagiarism test tool is the exact specification of the sources found on the World Wide Web. The affected areas of text are marked in colour and the relevant source given below with structured numbering. With one click, the original source can immediately be accessed by a link.

Plagiarism test tool procedure for your thesis, paper or dissertation.

Process of the plagiarism test tool

  1. Upload your file. Upload your thesis, paper or dissertation to our server. Multiple files can be uploaded at the same time. The following formats are supported: Word, PDF, and Open Office. Then the plagiarism test tool begins.
  2. Plagiarism test on the World Wide Web. Your text is now divided into sections, so called phrases. In the plagiarism test, the World Wide Web will be searched using special algorithms to find possible matches to your work.
  3. The result of the plagiarism test tool. After the scan is complete, you will receive a report generated by the plagiarism test tool. This will give you information on the percentage of plagiarism in your work. Similarities found in the text will be marked in colour and a link to the original source will be given. Then you can simply edit your work again so that everything is in the ‘green area’.

Details on plagiarism test tool

  • Statement of rate of plagiarism in %
  • Traffic light result: Green, yellow, and red
  • Passages of text with plagiarism are marked
  • The sources of plagiarism found are indicated as relevant online sources
  • The plagiarism report is made available as a PDF

Handling of your personal data by the plagiarism test tool

After you have placed your order, your uploaded document will then be temporarily stored in our server. If the upload is successful, the text will be extracted from the document and the original file then deleted. The BachelorPrint plagiarism test tool will then transfer the text to a temporary database.

The extracted text will be divided into individual sections based on language statistics and scanned for matches on the World Wide Web. In the next step, a plagiarism report will be generated. In this, areas of plagiarism will be marked in colour and the corresponding source given as a link for transparency. Your details will be deleted 24 hours after this process – in line with data protection requirements.

Technical information on the plagiarism test tool

Sources searched: Freely available sources in the World Wide Web (Documents with non disclosure notices are excluded because of data protection reasons)

File formats supported by the plagiarism test tool:

  • Microsoft Word Documents (.doc, docx.)
  • Open Office Documents (.odt)
  • Adobe Acrobat Documents (.pdf)

Maximum number of pages: 350 pages, equivalent to approx. 750,000 characters

Duration of the check: approx. 30 mins (dependent of the text size and current server workload)

Maximum file size: 50mb

Our plagiarism test tool is the measure of plagiarism checks today

No plagiarism check can offer 100% security when showing plagiarism as many sources are only in protected data environments or are only available in print. To guarantee a 100% check, time consuming manual research would be necessary and this isn’t affordable in terms of money or time for most students.

To be honest and transparent with customers, this point must be made clear. A plagiarism test is still a useful offer. Why? Universities also use this kind of plagiarism software because otherwise, they wouldn’t be able to deal with the flood of work submitted, so even universities have to carry out this kind of plagiarism check. So you can be one step ahead. Test your work for plagiarism and submit a clean piece of work with a clear conscience.

Plagiarism test tool for your security

Use our plagiarism test tool for your security

One of the most important services that we can offer to students to help them submit a clean piece of work is our plagiarism test tool. Leave nothing to chance and by using the plagiarism test, you’ll be playing it safe. You’ll receive a detailed plagiarism report within only 30 minutes and then, if necessary, you can edit your work.

Prices for the plagiarism test tool

Frequently asked questions on the plagiarism test tool

The plagiarism test tool 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 test tool can take up to an hour.

Yes! The plagiarism test tool 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 test tool without a user account or registering.

All publicly accessible online sources will be used by the plagiarism test tool. Databases where payment is required are excluded.

If the book is online in a publicly accessible database, then the plagiarism test tool will also find this source.

The BachelorPrint plagiarism test tool 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 test tool 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.

It’s possible that the email has gone into your spam folder. In really rare cases, our email with the plagiarism report might have been blocked by your email provider and hasn’t been received. Please contact us at We will email you the plagiarism report again.

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.

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