Today plagiarism has become one of the major academic concerns. Students, teachers and publishers, indeed everyone has to take great care in order to make sure that their written content is original, properly referenced or recycled with permission.
Duplichecker.com a well-known plagiarism checker recognizes the importance of uniqueness of content and that’s why we have been helping millions of people at any given time to crystallize their content. For this very reason, we’re pleased to announce the “$1000 Plagiarism Awareness Scholarship”. We know that education is not easily affordable by everyone which is why we’ve taken this initiative to help aid the education cost of students currently enrolled in any discipline.
Those students who are currently studying might be interested in this scholarship program. Are you passionate about learning? If your answer is yes then you can warmly participate in this scholarship program.
Duplichecker.com is offering this scholarship to all the students in all over the world, you just have to come up with a 600-1000 words piece of writing on the topic “Impact of Plagiarism on Education”.
However, we would like you to cover the following points:
The winning $1000 amount can be utilized by students for educational resources.
Anyone who is currently studying in a High School, College or University is eligible to participate in this scholarship award program.
Make sure that the piece of writing you are submitting is 100% plagiarism free.
While reading and rating the submitted pieces, we will take care of various factors such as quality of information, creativity and uniqueness.
Simply write an article of 600-1000 words on the given topic i.e. Impact of Plagiarism on Education”. Once you’re done writing, email us your write up in word document at [email protected] with the following details:
The last date for submission is 30 th June 2017 and the winner will be chosen by 30th july 2017. After the selection of winner, cheque will be sent by Duplichecker.
You will receive the $1000 cheque directly on your school address.