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Report: HS students prefer social networks for homework help

iParadigms today announced the results of a new plagiarism study which shows that secondary school students in the United States rely more heavily on social networks for content in their papers
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iParadigms, creators of Turnitin, today announced the results of a new plagiarism study which shows that secondary school students in the United States rely more heavily on social networks for content in their papers and less on cheat sites and paper mills compared to college students. Following are the top ten online resources for secondary students:

1. Wikipedia
2. Yahoo Answers
3. Answers.com

4. eNotes 

5. Slideshare
6. Scribd
7. Oppapers 
8. Amazon
9. Essaymania

10. 123helpme

To see the findings in an infographic format, visit: https://turnitin.com/static/results/plagiarism_report.php


To read an in-depth analysis of the findings, download the free white paper at:
http://pages.turnitin.com/PlagiarismSECvsHE.html

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