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What is this likely to be about? poor referencing? weird structure? What exactly can 'anomalies' mean?
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Means odd things in your work. Can be referencing, bad structure etc
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It probably means there's evidence of plagiarism, collusion or falsification of results. I don't think they'd call you in for poor referencing or bad structure, they'd just tell you as feedback. If you recently handed in a paper which involved a lot of quotes or code then I wouldn't worry about it, those increase similarity % massively which could push you over the line for an automatic call in, once someone reads it however you'll be let off quite quickly.
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Most likely to do with plagiarism and/or collusion.
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