There are so many countries in the World, that different nations created their own traditions and cultures, which vary widely. The same we can say about education. Some of the amazing facts in the educational system of different countries are quite logical and seem to be absolutely natural. But there are some other facts that are so unbelievable that we start to look for the roots of their origin! Every country has its own system of traditions, habits, and mentality. Being familiar with those traditions will help us to find out what factors caused them.
‘Booo!’ – and your heart missed a beat. ‘Shhh!’ – the cold sweat starts out on your forehead. You walk faster along the school corridor and look around in panic: books and papers scattered about in the wildest way, and bubbling green slime are dripping from the ceiling. Ugh! They are already here, so what you are going to do?
On the threshold of the Ghostbusters reboot, the most expectable recreation of legendary movie released in 1984, Unicheck online plagiarism checker has launched a $150* contest for students worldwide! Our overriding goal is to motivate you to use your original writing skills and make your fantasy sparkle with new colours! So come on, you have nothing to hide, just let your imagination run free and enjoy the process!
Summer is already here and you are still dreaming of studying abroad and getting to know new cultures? Why not find a number of online courses or scholarship contests to take part in? This is a good fit for your brain and a good chance to save budget too.
To focus your efforts on those you can benefit from, do check its participation and eligibility requirements. This way you’ll quickly filter out the ones which aren’t suitable for you.
So let’s take a closer look at them.
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OFFICIAL CONTEST RULES
Contest: Unplag Plagiarism Busters Contest
Contest Area: Worldwide
Age of Eligibility: Age of majority in country of Participant’s citizenship.
Contest Period: July 20, 2016 to August 18, 2016
Entries Due: 11:59 PM GMT on August 18, 2016
Entry is limited to one (1) entry per person per account.
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.
Critically considering the ways in which I, a slightly cynical and sometimes corner-cutting post-secondary student, use technology at school, I don’t think the limitations of online education outweigh the advantages. To understand my perspective, you have to examine the reasons an overworked and under-rested student commits academic dishonesty in the first place. I contend that students with today’s research, communication and word-processing tools are no more likely to cheat than their dial-up-and-paper-maps predecessors.
Student stress, especially for high schoolers and undergraduates, is at an all-time high. In fact, some are saying that high schoolers today experience as much stress as 1950s insane asylum patients. In recent years, academia has become increasingly difficult and competitive, simultaneously pressuring students to do more work and go further in their studies than ever before, with college-level education becoming more valued for getting a good job. This pressure to get through so much schoolwork makes it very tempting for students to plagiarize their work, if for no other reason than to give themselves a break.
I recently came across a joke I found quite amusing. It goes like this: “How did the hipster burn his tongue? …He drank his coffee before it was cool.” While this joke might be a little cheesy, it is also largely relevant. I wanted to share this joke, because I feel like it’s a good example of how our society is moving more towards originality. In today’s world, whether people want to admit it or not, hipsters are idolized. If you are unaware of what a hipster is, they are notorious for claiming to know about things before they are “cool”. They are, as some would say, “ahead of the crowd” and therefore, more original. I think that this is what people are desiring these days: to be unique. More often than not, I hear people being made fun of not for being weird or different, but for being “too mainstream”.