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It depends on the subject, type and research question of the EE... it's very particular and specific to each topic you choose. You may even only have 4 or 5 or have like 20. It's up to your research

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preferably both primary and secondary sources. there is no limit. keep in mind that you need to cite all the sources.

I'd like to add to that. Make sure you use a variety of print sources and non print sources. That'll ensure you get better marks.

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You can't generalise it @goTiffany. As I said, it depends on your RQ and on the research you do. There must certain English RQs that may even require more sources than for an History EE...

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You can't generalise it @goTiffany. As I said, it depends on your RQ and on the research you do. There must certain English RQs that may even require more sources than for an History EE...

Well, from my own observations a English EE isn't going to have as many sources as a history EE.

It can, but it isn't likely. For English, the examiner wants to see that you focused your analysis with your own personal analysis more so than relying on numerous sources. My EE for english had 4 total sources including the books I used.

It is true that in the end the amount of sources used comes down to the research that you do.

I'm only trying to give a rough estimate of what to expect.

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