One of the problems that beguile students when they are making academic content is the issue of plagiarism. There is so much content written in various disciplines every year that whether deliberately or inadvertently the students end up preparing the material using the exact words that they found somewhere else.
There are students who do this deliberately. They think that since there is so much content in their discipline, it will not really matter if they were to copy a few words from text in some obscure book. But with so much content published on the Internet, and with advanced software now easily available their act of plagiarism is easily found out. This is when they get into trouble with the university authorities.
Other students might not copy deliberately, but they are simply not aware that they used the same content as that written by another research either on the same subject or on a slightly different subject. When their inadvertent act of plagiarism is caught they are in for a rude shock and they really do not have any answer for the questioning that follows.
That is why it is a good idea to use some of the software and check the content on one’s own so that they can avoid such problems in front of the review board. It is not necessary that they always have to get rid of the content especially if it is important for the project and there is a degree of originality in what they have researched. But they do have to take care of the language, and they do have to make sure that the words that they use and the sentences that they frame are their own. Students should work hard to develop an original style of writing so that they can avoid charges of plagiarism.