Lack of time and difficulty with the English language could result in manuscripts that have unintended instances of plagiarism. Such instances are viewed by journals as a violation of ethical publication standards and often lead to rejection. They also damage an author’s reputation and credibility as a researcher.
Our Plagiarism Check service helps you identify passages in your manuscript that might be flagged by the journal for accidental plagiarism. Under the service, we thoroughly check your manuscript for accidental plagiarism by using iThenticate, a software that is widely used in the academic community to check the originality of a document. We provide a report that highlights the problematic sections of your document, along with a publication expert’s comment on how these sections may affect the journal’s evaluation.
Get our experts to conduct a check for plagiarism before submitting your manuscripts.
Note: This service is not available as part of any of our Publication Support Packs and must be purchased separately
We do not stop at identifying instances of plagiarism. We go one step further by providing specific suggestions for dealing with the issue. Our subject-matter experts not only check for plagiarism but also suggest appropriate revisions to ensure the integrity of your manuscript.
STEP 1: You send us your manuscript.
STEP 2: We scan it for plagiarism, using iThenticate.
We use a plagiarism detection software (iThenticate) to compare the contents of your manuscript with over 38 million scholarly articles, books, and conference proceedings.*
STEP 3: You receive a report with recommendations for revision.
After the scan is complete, our publication experts provide you with a report that recommends the relevant corrective action, depending on the seriousness of the issue.
*Pen2Print does not guarantee the detection of instances in addition to those highlighted by iThenticate. Additionally, please note that this service does not involve correcting the instances of accidental plagiarism through editing or re-writing.
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