Skip to main content

Unicheck Blog on Plagiarism

How to Find Plagiarism Percentage Detector that Will Meet Your Needs?

How to Find Plagiarism Percentage Detector that Will Meet Your Needs?

How do you choose an online plagiarism percentage detector? Most of us simply enter these keywords “plagiarism checker free/online” and push the “Search” button. Then, we click through first three or five links and pick up the one, which is free and has a paste-text-here box. Simple as that. Fast, easy and free. It’s rather difficult to resist the temptation, indeed.

Read More

Scholarship Updates: The Number of Our Participants Keeps On Growing!

Scholarship Updates: The Number of Our Participants Keeps On Growing!

Time does flies very fast. Two months have already gone since the beginning of the Unicheck Scholarship contest. Our team is really amazed at your active participation and talent to craft engaging and thought-provoking writings.

During the upcoming week, we’ll choose the first two essays to be published on the Unicheck blog. So, if you’ve submitted your work by now, you may be one of these lucky participants who will get the biggest number of likes and shares of our readers. Fame awaits you! This is a good reason to always stay tuned and keep on following our scholarship updates.

Read More

Unicheck scholarship for students

Will Google Books Project Victory in Court Bring You Any Good?

Unplag plagiarism checker is pleased to announce an essay scholarship contest to reward the most creative and original mind by giving away $2,000 to one excellent student towards his or her tuition.

We welcome all students who are 18 years or older and are enrolled in full-time graduate or undergraduate programs to participate in the contest by submitting a 500-word essay on the topic of plagiarism in the academic field. Entrants can submit only one concise, plagiarism-free essay written in English.

Read More

Tips on Using Google: How to Make the Most of Google When Teaching

Tips on Using Google: How to Make the Most of Google When Teaching

Have you ever thought of Google as an ultimate solution for teaching? Most of us have Gmail or Google+ accounts and store documents in Google Drive, but there are far more handy options and tools that you and your students can access completely for free.

With the ability to catch up with students using Google Hangouts video chat or connect with other experts in the field via Google for Educators, you can successfully juggle multiple chores and arrange your classroom work.

Read More

Study Skills and Learning Habit

Know-How: Improve Your Study Skills and Work Out a Learning Habit

It’s a question that tortures every student: How can I improve my study skills? Is there any way to do it fast and effectively?

First off, you need to realize why you need to boost your study skills. The benefits of being a lifelong learner are numerous. For example, you’ll spend considerably less time doing homework. Then, you get used to learning and stay more concentrated when studying. And, of course, you train your brain and memorize information better. Enjoy the advantages!

Read More