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What proportion of your assessment items are being text-matched?

The extent of non-original language that’s acceptable within a work is highly variable. In the instance of Law, where you want students to extensively cite legislation or decisions, anything less than 40% might indicate the student is giving you an opinion piece rather than genuine analysis of the law.

Conversely, the alarm bells go off for me when the rating is 0%. That can be indicative of a paper from a paper mill.

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