Student Guide: Using the similarity checker in Turnitin

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Assignments submitted via Turnitin can be checked for originality against a wide variety of sources including previous student papers, online databases, internet sources and other uploaded documents.

To learn more about how you can use the originality checker in Turnitin Classic, watch the Turnitin Student training video below. For instructions using Studio Feedback, visit the Interpreting the Similarity Report page.

Note also the related links at the bottom of the post, should you wish to learn more.

Turnitin Classic:

Text-based instructions on how you can view and understand an Originality Check report.

Learn more

This article forms part of the “Student guides” series. 

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