What is special about March 9, 2016? This is the deadline for the $2,000 Student Scholarship from Unicheck. Now it’s high time to thank all our contest participants for the effort and time devoted to come up with creative, clever, and well-grounded essays related to academic plagiarism. Thank you!
Since September 1, 2015, the date our Scholarship started, we received more than 500 writings submitted by students from all over the world. That’s why to select only three winners from a pool of so many remarkable applicants was a real struggle for us.
When determining the prize-winning essays, we paid close attention to their style and structure, good grammar and spelling, creative approach used to deliver ideas and examples provided, as well as originality and novelty of statements. Besides, all the works were scanned for duplications by the Unicheck plagiarism checker prior to being published on our blog.
So, the three essays that struck a chord with our expert committee the most were crafted by:
- Elizabeth Kahler, a student at the University Of Wisconsin-Milwaukee;
- Taylor Merklin, a student at the Culinary Institute of America at Greystone;
- Nicole Pazary, a student at Texas State University.
Elizabeth has won the main prize – a $2,000 scholarship to cover her education costs, whereas Taylor and Nicole will be given free annual amount of similarity checks to be run with unicheck.com to ensure all their papers always remain 100 percent original.
Our congratulations on your success and the best of luck to all of you who took part in the Unicheck Scholarship contest! Hopefully, we will arrange another inspirational student competition soon, so keep on following our blog updates to be timely notified of our upcoming contests.