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  • Plagiarism should be revealed, students who cheated should be punished

    Yes, absolutely. It's unfair and violate many issues, such as copyright, etc. Students should gain new knowledge at colleges and universities, not steal other people's thoughts. Besides, students have to learn how to make quotations and citations properly. Also, usage of special plagiarism detection tools (For example, PlagTracker or Unplag plagiarism checker) and running written paper through these engines could lead students to an awareness of the originality of their work. If it isn't original enough, the student could correct it and write another paragraph, insert proper quotations, etc. So, fortunately, there are ways to prevent plagiarism in schools.

  • Plagiarism should be revealed, students who cheated should be punished

    Yes, absolutely. It's unfair and violate many issues, such as copyright, etc. Students should gain new knowledge at colleges and universities, not steal other people's thoughts. Besides, students have to learn how to make quotations and citations properly. Also, usage of special plagiarism detection tools (For example, PlagTracker or Unplag plagiarism checker) and running written paper through these engines could lead students to an awareness of the originality of their work. If it isn't original enough, the student could correct it and write another paragraph, insert proper quotations, etc. So, fortunately, there are ways to prevent plagiarism in schools.

  • Plagiarism, Punishable Offense

    Yes, they should. It is unfair, especially for those who will be uncredited for, or their academical abilities. It's been highly stressed throughout school not to plagiarize. Any theft, even cheated should have consequences. You shouldn't have to rely on others to do your own work. It is unfair and dishonest.

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