Picking the right Parts

AFTER you've done your research and concluded your experiments, it is time to prepare for the science fair. Ask specific questions about preparing for a science fair, including how to set up your display board, how to prepare a presentation, etc. (Please post questions about selecting a project or conducting your experiment by posting in the appropriate "area of science" forum.)

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Picking the right Parts

Postby JessePhelps9 » Tue Apr 17, 2012 4:48 pm

I can't figure out which parts to include. I've found a lot of information and I'm just now starting my report. :?
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Re: Picking the right Parts

Postby theborg » Wed Apr 18, 2012 4:01 pm

For us to effectively help, please provide some detail about your project and some specific questions you may have. For starters:

- I see your topic is on Ants, but what specifically about ants is your research on?
- What is/was your hypothosis, findings, experiment proceedures?
- What are all the "parts" you are talking about?
- Are you asking about including them in the final report or on a display? I'm assuming you are presenting at a science fair, given the forum you've posted to.
- Anything else that may help us understand your question/needs.

In the mean time, some great information on how to formulate, display and convey your research can be found in the Science Fair Project Guide @ the following link:

http://www.sciencebuddies.org/science-f ... ndex.shtml

Please post back here with further questions.
I hope this helps.

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