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Copied content in CDR from published sources and previously submitted CDR Reports is the most common cause of CDR Rejection.
Plagiarism checking service helps engineers to avoid risk of getting banned for one year. Plagiarism checking service provides confidence and
save time. Plagiarism Checking is done by using the World’s most renowned plagiarism detection software. It is recommended to check the
plagiarism of CDR before submitting it to Engineers Australia.
Plagiarism Checking Service;
Identification of sources
Highlight copied sentences
Provides Percentage of Similarity
Reduces risk of rejection
Outcome of a Copied CDR
“Thank you for your Migration Skills Assessment Competency Demonstration Report application. We have identified that one or more of
your career episodes have been copied – either from internet sources, publications or career episodes submitted to Engineers Australia.
This means that your CDR declaration that the Report is ‘all your own work’ is not correct; and thus does not demonstrate a commitment to
ethical conduct and professional accountability. Consequently, your application is rejected and a 12 month ban has been
If you are dissatisfied with the assessment outcome, you may follow the review process outlined in the
Negative feedback from Engineers Australia
CDR feedback from Engineers Australia of a Plagiarised report; “ Analysis of all three of your Career Episodes show a significant amount of
copying from a wide range of sources. I would like you to explain how this has happened. If I am satisfied with your explanation, I will require
you to rewrite each of your episodes so that the copying is reduced to as close to zero as you can make it. If there is copying in your Summary
Statement then you will need to do it again.”