PaperRater.com Click
Scroll Down
Fill out the form
In order to receive a letter grade analysis, choose 11th grade or above
Choose the type of paper
Click on “Include (Slower)”
Copy your paper from your original document, but do not copy the header
Paste your paper into the PaperRater Click
Analysis
Click on “Plagiarism Detection.”  This example paper is most likely plagiarized, so it would receive a grade of “F,” no ma...
Click on each of the analysis topics to learn about your paper.  Spelling, grammar, word choice, style and vocabulary are ...
PaperRater gave this paper a college grade of “B.”  However, this example paper has been plagiarized and the grade in real...
Analyze your paper with PaperRater.  Remember that it is a  computer  analysis and that you need to think critically about...
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An introduction to PaperRater.com created by Marie Slim for Mrs. Rich's English I students at Troy HS

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PaperRater.com

  1. 1. PaperRater.com Click
  2. 2. Scroll Down
  3. 3. Fill out the form
  4. 4. In order to receive a letter grade analysis, choose 11th grade or above
  5. 5. Choose the type of paper
  6. 6. Click on “Include (Slower)”
  7. 7. Copy your paper from your original document, but do not copy the header
  8. 8. Paste your paper into the PaperRater Click
  9. 9. Analysis
  10. 10. Click on “Plagiarism Detection.” This example paper is most likely plagiarized, so it would receive a grade of “F,” no matter what the PaperRater grades it.
  11. 11. Click on each of the analysis topics to learn about your paper. Spelling, grammar, word choice, style and vocabulary are analyzed.
  12. 12. PaperRater gave this paper a college grade of “B.” However, this example paper has been plagiarized and the grade in real life would most likely be a “zero” or “F.”
  13. 13. Analyze your paper with PaperRater. Remember that it is a computer analysis and that you need to think critically about the changes it suggests. Your teacher is the ultimate authority. This is just one step to help you become a better writer.

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