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This page is not one of Wikipedia’s policies or guidelines, as it has not been thoroughly vetted by the community. Wikipedia is not a reliable source for academic writing or research. Wikipedia is increasingly used by people in the academic community, from freshman students to professors, as an easily accessible tertiary source for information about anything and everything, and as a quick “ready reference”, to get a sense of a concept or idea. However, citation of Wikipedia in research papers may be considered unacceptable, because Wikipedia is not a reliable source. Wikipedia as their source for doing research papers, essays, or anything equivalent.
This is because Wikipedia can be edited by anyone at any moment. Although when an error is recognized, it is usually fixed. However, it can be noted that Wikipedia’s Good Articles and Featured Articles are some degree more advanced, professional, and generally more credible than an article not labeled Good or Featured.
Do your research properly and wisely. Remember that any encyclopedia is a starting point for research, not an ending point. An encyclopedia is great for checking general knowledge that you have forgotten, like the starting date of the First World War or the boiling point of mercury. Citation is not needed for fact-checking general knowledge.
Some details, such as the population of Canada, can be found on Wikipedia, but it is best to verify the information using an authoritative source, such as the CIA World Factbook. A very obscure detail, such as the names of the founders of the Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party, might be very hard to find without the aid of an encyclopedia like Wikipedia. Wikipedia is ideal in these situations because it will allow you to find the information, as well as sources which you can research to confirm that information. All encyclopedias, whether traditional paper ones or online ones, have errors. When you have this many articles, typos and other errors will sneak in.
I have nothing bad to say, we are living in the modern world of the 21st century and there are many opportunities you can use to simplify your daily life. I thrive on difficult tasks as I enjoy systematically developing solutions to problems. You can be sure they use only reputable sources and fact; do you use a variety of sentence patterns?