Once you have successfully analysed your sources, you have enough information to start evaluating how useful your sources are. The ability to evaluate a source
is central to being a great history student. A careful examination of sources allows you to decide on their relevance, reliability, representativeness and accuracy. Your opinion on these things
allows you to explain the worth of your sources.
You need to use your source evaluation within your written arguments, overtly or subtly. You do not need to write a lot in order to do this. It is possible to
show sophisticated evaluation through only a few well-chosen words. The ability to seamlessly incorporate your
evaluation into your writing, without sounding too long-winded or disjointed, will improve your results.
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