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Is the Grammarly plagiarism checker reliable? I put one of my short answers in there a while ago and it said that there was significant plagiarism. Now, about one-two weeks later, I put in the same paragraph and it is saying that there is no plagiarism.
I am confused now and don't know if I should rewrite my paragraph.
Are there any other plagiarism checkers? And is Grammarly reliable?

Please help!!!

asked by Anon
  1. A while ago, when i put my paragraph into Grammarly, I rechecked it multiple times. Sometimes, it said that that there was plagiarism and sometimes it said that there wasn't any. Now when I check it multiple times it says that there is no plagiarism, even though I didn't change my paragraph at all

    posted by Anon
  2. I don't know about Grammarly -- but your experience tells us a lot.

    Try some of these plagiarism checkers.

    https://www.google.com/search?source=hp&ei=IaMoWo2PDsO4jwS10rmADQ&q=plagiarism+checker&oq=plagiarism+checker&gs_l=psy-ab.3..0i131k1j0l9.1351.6889.0.7089.18.11.0.7.7.0.128.954.10j1.11.0....0...1c.1.64.psy-ab..0.18.1023....0.4el0ZPCnSxs

    posted by Ms. Sue
  3. I tried the two results under Grammarly and they are saying that there is no plagiarism. I got really unsure about sending in my answer after Grammarly said that there was plagiarism but I think I will keep it the same now.
    Do you agree or should I change it?

    posted by Anon
  4. You know whether you copied much if anything from another source.

    posted by Ms. Sue
  5. I used to use turnitin.com a great deal, and I think it's connected to http://www.plagiarism.org.

    Anyway, try out Plagiarism Checking at the left. I haven't used it lately, but I've heard teachers in my granddaughter's high school refer to it.

    posted by Writeacher
  6. Thank you!!

    posted by Anon
  7. You’re welcome!

    posted by Writeacher

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