Plagiarism Quizzes & Trivia
A short test to assess your existing knowledge about plagiarism and Harvard Referencing. Sarah Evans Librarian University Centre Milton Keynes
Questions: 7 | Attempts: 21 | Last updated: Feb 22, 2013
Sample QuestionIn Harvard referencing, you only need to reference sources referred to directly in your assignment.
Questions: 20 | Attempts: 16 | Last updated: Dec 9, 2019
Sample QuestionWhich would NOT be considered plagiarism?
Test Your Knowledge! This quiz will allow you to test your knowledge about the concepts from each part of the tutorial. Ethics Quoting Paraphrasing Summarizing Media and images
Questions: 10 | Attempts: 11 | Last updated: Aug 23, 2015
Sample QuestionIf I am accused of plagiarism, I could face the following:
Quiz for the Plagiarism tutorial
Questions: 5 | Attempts: 11 | Last updated: Feb 22, 2012
Sample QuestionWhat is your professor's name?
Think you know a lot about plagiarism? Take this short quiz to test your knowledge!
Questions: 5 | Attempts: 9 | Last updated: Mar 21, 2013
Sample QuestionYou search Google, then cut and paste information into your paper from various different websites. You don’t cite the sources, because everything on the internet is free. Is this plagiarism?
Questions: 6 | Attempts: 7 | Last updated: Jan 31, 2013
Sample QuestionChoose the two referencing styles that are used at HCT.
Quiz is randomized. You will have the chance to email your scores at the end.
Questions: 3 | Attempts: 7 | Last updated: Jan 16, 2013
Sample QuestionWhile researching your paper, you come across an article that contains a persuasive paragraph arguing your point of view. You rewrite the paragraph in your own words. This is called: