Quetext Plagiarism Checker Detector

Quetext Plagiarism Checker Detector

Quetext
Recommended: Yes, if you are ready to pay a monthly subscription
Price: INR 750 per month

Quetext Plagiarism Checker report

Pros

Simple to use
Free trial for three documents (max. 500 words)
Built-in citing option

Cons

Does not check for plagiarism against scholarly articles
Does not find all plagiarized sentences
Some sentences are falsely marked as plagiarism (false positives)
No individual checks possible, only monthly subscriptions

Summary

In duo document test, the Quetext plagiarism checker detected more plagiarized content and text than most other checkers.

However, it detected much less plagiarism than Scribbr. If your university uses a more advanced tool, then you might be surprised by unexpected plagiarism that Quetext didn’t find.

Database size

Quetext’s do not have any large database very small when compared to that of Grammarly and Scribbr. It only checks for plagiarism against Internet sources and online books. It does not detect plagiarized text from journal articles.

Internet sources
Books

Accuracy

Quetext is still capable of detecting plagiarism, even if there are slight and minor changes. However, the algorithm does detect many false positives. This means that the reported plagiarism percentage is in fact much higher than it should be.

Usability

The results are reported in a nice overview that includes a percentage and highlights the sentences that are matched with other sources. Avery unique feature Quetext has built-in called citation feature to help you cite plagiarized paragraphs.

Quetext Plagiarism Checker Detector 750
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    Quetext Plagiarism Checker Detector

    Quetext
    Recommended: Yes, if you are ready to pay a monthly subscription
    Price: INR 750 per month

    Quetext Plagiarism Checker report

    Pros

    Simple to use
    Free trial for three documents (max. 500 words)
    Built-in citing option

    Cons

    Does not check for plagiarism against scholarly articles
    Does not find all plagiarized sentences
    Some sentences are falsely marked as plagiarism (false positives)
    No individual checks possible, only monthly subscriptions

    Summary

    In duo document test, the Quetext plagiarism checker detected more plagiarized content and text than most other checkers.

    However, it detected much less plagiarism than Scribbr. If your university uses a more advanced tool, then you might be surprised by unexpected plagiarism that Quetext didn’t find.

    Database size

    Quetext’s do not have any large database very small when compared to that of Grammarly and Scribbr. It only checks for plagiarism against Internet sources and online books. It does not detect plagiarized text from journal articles.

    Internet sources
    Books

    Accuracy

    Quetext is still capable of detecting plagiarism, even if there are slight and minor changes. However, the algorithm does detect many false positives. This means that the reported plagiarism percentage is in fact much higher than it should be.

    Usability

    The results are reported in a nice overview that includes a percentage and highlights the sentences that are matched with other sources. Avery unique feature Quetext has built-in called citation feature to help you cite plagiarized paragraphs.

    Pros

    Simple to use
    Free trial for three documents (max. 500 words)
    Built-in citing option

    Cons

    Does not check for plagiarism against scholarly articles
    Does not find all plagiarized sentences
    Some sentences are falsely marked as plagiarism (false positives)
    No individual checks possible, only monthly subscriptions

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