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 Would you trust Wikipedia to study from... for a test?

Answer Absolutely not. It has too many errors.It is useful as a starting point for research, but very much not definitive.
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How long will it take for the PRJ study to correct the perception of Wikipedia from the biased Nature study?

A long, long time in my opinion. It is more likely that the knee-jerk reaction at Wikipedia will be to simply delete all questionable articles, rather than correct them, sigh...Take for example the... Read More »
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How much do you trust Wikipedia?

For the most part, I find it pretty reliable. You'd have to have a pretty poor life to deliberately vandalize Wiki pages with incorrect information. Aside from that, if someone spots a wrongful pie... Read More »
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Trust Wikipedia?

Wikipedia is unreliable. I have friends who post false informations there and nobody find out. I was an editor there and found lots of big mistakes. Do no rely on wikipedia.
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Can you trust Wikipedia?

yes they have many members of staff looking out for changes so they are very reliable
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