External plagiarism -- a match between the text submitted by the writer and any other text on the Internet detected by our system.
Internal plagiarism -- a match between the text submitted by the writer and any other text already written on the platform (by the same writer). In most cases this happens when the writer is working on several similar orders for the same client and repeats information or sentences. This is why we encourage our writers to avoid using identical sentence structures where possible, even when writing more than one text for the same project.
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