Plagiarism Detector Online
Protect Your Thesis From Plagiarism
Protect Your Thesis From Plagiarism
✓ Report in just 10 min
✓ We use billions of online sources
✓ Your paper will not be saved to a database
Price: from €14.90
Results in just 10 minutes
If you have written a bachelor’s or master’s thesis (60 – 80 pages), you will receive your plagiarism report in just 10 minutes.
No saving to a database
Your information and files are yours – we respect your privacy! We don’t save your files for more than 24 hours.
Compared with billions of online sources
Our plagiarism check has a complex algorithm and is able to use billions of online sources.
Have you just finished writing your bachelor’s or master’s thesis and you are ready to submit it? Take another 10 minutes and use our plagiarism detector. This software compares your paper with billions of online sources and finds possible plagiarism. Suspicious passages are shown in your plagiarism report and you can check and correct them very quickly because we will provide you the link to the online source.
When you are finished you can confidently print and bind your bachelor’s or master’s thesis!
max. 50 MB
Number of pages
350 pages, equivalent to approx. 750,000 characters
Plagiarism detector sources
Public online sources that are available on the Internet
Approx. 10 mins
File formats supported by the plagiarism detector:
Our tip for the plagiarism detector
You can upload one or more files to the detector. Use these options to check only the pages you need. For example you can just skip the table of contents or the list of referenced literature.
FAQs: Frequently asked questions about the plagiarism detector
Here you will find a list of different questions about the plagiarism detector and we have all the answers to your important questions. Scroll down to the ‘FAQs’ section to find out more.
Upload your bachelor’s thesis, master’s thesis, dissertation or any other paper. You can also upload multiple files at the same time – any standard data format is possible. The plagiarism detector automatically counts your pages and selects the right product package (small, medium or large).
Your paper is not in English? Do you use French, Spanish or German quotes? This is absolutely not a problem! The online plagiarism detector works with any language and you don’t even have to change any settings. This works because the plagiarism detector divides your text into small passages and compares them with billions of online sources.
First, you will see a set of small smiley traffic lights. If a smiley is green, you know that you have a very low plagiarism rate. This should be less than 5%. But even if your plagiarism rate is good, you should recheck every passage. Passages with plagiarism are highlighted in color and you will find the link to the online source in the PDF.
We have a detailed example here: Sample plagiarism report after running the plagiarism detector online
Play it safe. Leave nothing to chance!
The plagiarism detector working on a bachelor’s or master’s thesis (60-80 pages), normally takes between 10 and 20 minutes. It depends on the number of words submitted. In the case of longer pieces of work (200-300 pages), the plagiarism detector can take up to an hour.
No! For data protection reasons, we don’t save any of our customers’ uploaded documents. We delete them from our server within 24 hours! Upload your document and you’ll have your plagiarism report within the day! Start your plagiarism check now.
No! You can just upload your document, choose your payment method and then use the plagiarism detector without a user account or registering. It’s quick and easy, plus, none of your data will be saved once the check is completed. Start your plagiarism check right away!
All publicly accessible online sources will be used in the plagiarism detection. This includes publicly accessible websites, books, reports, journals etc. Databases where payment is required are excluded. If you’re having trouble organizing and referencing your sources properly, head over to our blog. We have many articles about proper citation and referencing.
If the book is online in a publicly accessible database, then the plagiarism detection will also find this source. However, if you have cited the hard copy of a book and it also exists online, then this may be picked up by the plagiarism detector. If you have cited the source, you have no need to worry- it’s simply an extra precaution. Check out our blog post for more information about citing books.
The BachelorPrint plagiarism detector doesn’t save any uploaded work for data protection reasons, unlike Turnitin. Accordingly, we don’t rely on the same data base as Turnitin.
However, our plagiarism detector searches billions of publicly available sources on the World Wide Web.
Information: If the work is scanned for plagiarism in advance with Turnitin, and the university also uses Turnitin, there is a considerable potential risk for the writer. As Turnitin saves the uploaded work, this will then be in their database. If the university scans the same work on it, it will then be classified as complete plagiarism. We have already heard this a few times. The student’s work was therefore failed in the first instance and they had to prove that they had written the document saved by Turnitin.
It’s possible that the email has gone into your spam folder. In really rare cases, our email with the plagiarism report from the plagiarism detector might have been blocked by your email provider and hasn’t been received. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will email you the plagiarism report again.
For an overview, only text passages that might contain plagiarism are shown in the plagiarism report. The other pages where no plagiarism is suspected will not be shown. So less pages in your plagiarism report is really a good sign- it means that you’ve cited your sources correctly. Take a look at our blog article for more information about referencing and citation styles.
It’s possible that a section of text is marked as suspected plagiarism even though it has already been correctly cited, for example from a book. This happens if the software finds a further online source. In this case, the suspected plagiarism can be ignored and serves as extra peace of mind.