Important Exceptional Cases For Plagiarism Checking

Important Exceptional Cases For Plagiarism Checking

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Navigating the Turnitin Feedback Studio: Some Exceptional Cases We understand that many of our users rely on our plagiarism checking services to ensure the originality and integrity of their work. However, we want to make you aware of some important factors that may affect the plagiarism value reported by our system:

1. Fluctuating Plagiarism Values
The plagiarism value for a document may change when you add or remove content. This is a normal occurrence as the similarity check is based on the specific content within your document.

2. Algorithmic Variability
The plagiarism value can also change when the content is altered. Sometimes, a previously unproblematic paragraph may become flagged as plagiarized, or vice versa, due to the algorithms used in the similarity check process.

3. Exceptional Cases
Certain symbols and words, especially in references and quotations, may not be accurately assessed for plagiarism by our system. For more information on this topic, please refer to our guide

4. Filters and Exclusions
Plagiarism values can be influenced by the application of filters and exclusions. These settings may alter the reported plagiarism value. To learn more about how filters and exclusions work, please visit

5. Common Myths

There are several misconceptions about Turnitin’s similarity check. To dispel these myths and gain a better understanding of how our system works, please read our informative article here.


We encourage our users to review and understand these factors when interpreting plagiarism reports. If you have any questions or concerns about the plagiarism checking process, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our support team for assistance.

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