How students try to cheat plagiarism checkers

How students try to cheat plagiarism checkers. For as long as there have been rules, restrictions and requirements, there have been people trying to find a way around these, to “cheat” in some way. Depending on what was used for controlling and enforcing certain rules during different time periods, those willing to cheat have been attempting to trick people, at first, then the machines, and, finally, computer systems and programs – with varying combinations of failures, unexpected consequences and things that actually worked.

In order to trick people, they needed to know at least the basics of human psychology. To trick the machines, they needed to know much more than the basics of how machinery works. However, to bypass the computer systems or to “fool” some software, people don’t need to do or know much of anything (or so they think) – as in our highly sociable and connected online world of today, there’s always someone to share “great tips and tricks”. So how do students trick plagiarism checkers? 

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