What is Plagiarism? How can I avoid plagiarism?
Plagiarism is the representation of another author's language, thoughts, ideas or
expressions as one's own original work. It is an act of copying someone else’s
work and representing it as your own in any way
and plagiarism guidelines- Copyright
and Plagiarism Guidelines
follows a zero-tolerance policy against plagiarism. Our in house-team
has sophisticated high-end software that can detect plagiarism with 100%
failing to submit the solutions according to Chegg’s TBS guidelines, our
in-house team will check your solutions and take strict action. This can also
lead to immediate revocation of your answering privileges.
Below are some ways to avoid the notorious “plagiarism issue.”
- Referencing proper nouns – This is an easy one to fall
victim to. Make sure to substitute any proper noun with an alias if you
must include it. For example, instead of writing a company name like
Jeans for Juniors, write, “The jeans company, which we’ll refer to as Company
A”. Do not abbreviate by using acronyms.
- Copying/scanning images – Please create your own
graphs/diagrams when a problem calls for it. Scanned images will not be
- Quoting websites – Even if you put information in
quotations, any information that you borrow from another source and put into
your solution can constitute copyright infringement.
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