Avoiding plagiarism while attending university is critical. With many students today buying essays as opposed to spending countless hours on research themselves, it makes it even more necessary to proofread and watch for any plagiarized content.
When you buy essays you want to ensure that you are buying only from a trusted source. While purchasing your essay is perfectly legitimate, you should use purchased essays mainly for research purposes. Universities recommend that you never submit a bought essay without putting the content into your own words. Copying anything that you have not written yourself can be construed as plagiarism. Instead of simply submitting a bought essay, take a few moments to look it over and rewrite it yourself.
Also be sure that the essay you buy is backed by a guarantee against plagiarism. This is yet another reason to ensure that you are purchasing from a trusted source. You should also be certain that you are carefully recording every reference you make in your notes and add these references to your citations page before submitting your work.
You should take the time to learn the specific regulations regarding plagiarism for your school or university. There is often a variation in how different universities deal with plagiarized content so be sure that you know the rules at your own school. This is critical to your education. Even accidentally plagiarized content can cause substantial harm to your academic career.
Some key notes that you can take from your research without plagiarizing include structure, use of evidence, conclusions drawn and the development of specific arguments. Again, be sure that you are summarizing these aspects or writing them in your own words and not copying them straight from the source. If you do copy any source verbatim be certain that you are using the proper citation and listing these citations in your reference list.
This article was written by Oxbridge Editing, the UK’s most trusted provider of high-quality essays, editing and proofreading services for native or non-native English speaking students.
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