How to use Writecheck @WriteCheck #WebToolsWiki

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WriteCheck is a tool that helps check for plagiarism. It ensures that your article or paper is original and well written with the proper citations included.

Developed by Turnitin which is being used by more than 30 million students, WriteCheck is capable of analyzing content, citations and sources similar to what you’ve written.

It is also useful in checking for grammatical, spelling and word usage errors. It utilizes a similar technology used by TOEFL and GRE tests.

In addition to checking content, WriteCheck also offers professional tutoring services. This particular service is aimed at helping students develop their confidence in writing and providing a opportunity for their writing to be critiqued by a professional tutor. Feedback is given to one’s work within 12 hours.

WriteCheck is a paid tool and offers a pay-as-you-go pricing scheme. No need to sign up for long-term subscriptions.

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