Ask specific questions about preparing for a science fair, such as: judging, how to set up your display board, preparing a presentation, preparing for questions...
Moderators: berkeleywebs, MelissaB
I have worked on a project where my conclusion did not prove my hypothesis. Is this not good for me to win science competitions. I see all winners have good findings that support their hypothesis.
- Posts: 1
- Joined: Sat Mar 21, 2009 2:18 pm
- Occupation: Student
- Project Question: N/A
- Project Due Date: N/A
- Project Status: Not applicable
That's a good question. You still may have discovered something by not proving your hypothesis. What are the details?
- Former Expert
- Posts: 675
- Joined: Thu Feb 03, 2005 3:38 pm
There's nothing wrong with rejecting your hypothesis--it happens all the time in science. That said, the judges are very likely to ask you why you think you got different results than you expected, and you should probably be able to explain them.
- Posts: 1055
- Joined: Mon Oct 16, 2006 11:47 am
Return to Preparing for the Science Fair
Who is online
Users browsing this forum: Exabot [Bot] and 2 guests