WriteCheck for Students:
Formative Writing Tools for Students

Developed by the creators of Turnitin, WriteCheck helps students check for plagiarism, correct grammar and receive feedback from professional tutors on their written work.

WriteCheck makes it easy to identify and attribute material that may have been unintentionally plagiarized.

  • Instant plagiarism check of similar content, citations and sources
  • Feedback on grammar, spelling and word usage
  • Receive critiques on writing from Pearson professional tutors
  • Affordable and easy to use

Important: WriteCheck is for students who want an independent evaluation of a paper -- not connected with any particular course or class. If your instructor has asked you to turn your paper in through Turnitin, please contact your instructor for your class ID number and a class enrollment password. Once you have this information, login to Turnitin.

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Plagiarism Checker
By Turnitin®

Plagiarism Check

Instant analysis of similar content, citations
and sources

Easy to understand results

Same technology as Turnitin® used
by 24+ million students

Grammar Checker
Using ETS® technology

Grammar Check

Receive instant feedback on grammar,
spelling and word usage

Integrated writer's handbooks

Same technology as GRE® and TOEFL®
tests used by millions of students

Professional Tutoring
By Pearson Tutor Services

Professional Tutoring

Proven results to increase student success
and confidence in writing

Individualized critique of your writing

Feedback typically within 12 hours

WriteCheck Searches:

45+ Billion Current & Archived Web Pages
Our search technology crawls and indexes the web, checking your paper against more than 45 billion current and archived web pages.

337+ Million Student Papers
WriteCheck plagiarism checker screens your paper for plagiarism against the world's largest repository of student papers - 337 million and counting.

130,000+ Publications
WriteCheck and Turnitin are partnered with leading content providers: including text book publishers, newspapers and magazines to compare against student papers.