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Apr 29, 2014, 10:20:57 am
On some of my research it says that the information is Possible. I was wondering what does that mean in regards to the research? Does it mean that it may or may not be valid information?

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Posted: Apr 29, 2014 03:22:20 pm
I believe that is what it means. It would be helpful to get a definitive answer from an expert researcher or the moderator, rather than from a newcomer like myself. I also still haven't received a reply to my request for assistance which I posted last Saturday, and I have an assignment involving research conducted here due in 2 days.
Posted: May 21, 2014 08:06:42 pm
When your research has been marked as "possible", it usually means that there is additional information on the student or maybe there was more than one person who matched and if you've only entered in one of the possible matches then it would be marked as, "possible." If a expert reviewer has researched your work (like me) we're only able to mark research as possible or invalid. So if your research was reviewed by an expert review than that is why it was marked Possible. I hope I explained this well enough but If you have any more questions or need any help feel free to send me an email.


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