Go to https://unicheck.com/login/education and log in to your Unicheck Student account. In your account you can make submissions to be checked by instructors.
Note: You cannot check documents for similarity on your own except for the Student Precheck mode (if enabled by your instructor). To run checks on your own, click Personal and create an account (or log in with a social network account).
Here you can upload documents to folders shared with you by instructors.
The general workflow is as follows:
1. Instructor creates an assignment folder and shares it with students.
2. Students submit their papers to the assignment folder, which becomes visible in their Libraries.
3. Instructor checks student submissions for similarity.
Note: Files submitted to the assignment folder become immediately visible to instructors. However, you can delete a file if it has not yet been checked for similarity by your instructor.
- Check documents for similarity if Student Precheck is enabled
If enabled by your instructor, you will have a limited number of attempts to check documents for similarity prior to making a final submission. When logged in at https://unicheck.com/login/education, you will see a Draft folder inside each assignment folder shared by your instructor.
In the Draft folder you will see the number of Precheck attempts available. Add the files you want to check to the Draft folder and run a similarity check. Prechecked files and similarity reports are not visible to instructors.
Note: In Student Precheck mode, draft submissions are checked against the Internet only (not other students’ papers).
- View similarity reports after they are generated by your instructor
- Profile Details
Review or change your profile name, password, and interface language.
- System Settings
These settings affect similarity reports generated in Student Precheck mode (in the Draft folder).
- Exclude Sources
This filter can be adjusted to automatically exclude matched sources based on set parameters: word count (e.g., do not detect sources with matches shorter than 10 words) and/or similarity percentage (e.g., do not detect sources with similarity scores lower than 3%). The minimum value for “Words” is “8” .
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