I know that most of us now rely on ChatGPT, including myself, because it produces natural, human-like text. However, I never directly copy it into my assignments.
Here is why
- Many universities only accept up to 30% of plagiarism.
- ChatGPT was trained with data up to 2021.
Let’s consider an example of one of my assignments.
The following was a sample of a business student assignment:
“The content that ChatGPT produced was good and appeared to have been written by a human. However…”
If my professor uses any plagiarism detection tool on this, I could be in trouble. Here, I am testing plagiarism using 1Text. You can use many tools like Grammarly, but Grammarly does not show the exact percentage, sources taken, and other details.
The document has a uniqueness score of only 5.7%, which is far below the minimum requirement of 70% for most universities. As a result, you will likely receive an “F” grade.
But here is a solution that will increase your plagiarism by at least 60%. Here’s how.
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There are various paraphrasing tools available, and my personal favorite is QuillBot. I have been using it for years, along with many of my fellow students.
To paraphrase the text, simply use Quillbot. Copy and paste the text you want to rephrase into Quillbot, then adjust the tone to your desired level. Once you have your new text, paste it into your document. It’s that easy!
WOW! I have achieved more than 85% uniqueness, which is above the minimum threshold for plagiarism. Keep up the good work!
Why not give this method a try for your next assignment? I’d love to hear about your experience with plagiarism, so be sure to share it with me on Twitter and Facebook.
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