bionerd
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Poster size

Postby bionerd » Tue Feb 04, 2014 11:26 pm

Hi everyone,

I know people have said that larger posters tend to do better the ISEF fairs. I wondering what that translates into in terms of poster size?

I know that a standard elmer's board is 36" x 48"...an ISEF board would probably be larger than that.

So, does that mean 54 x 48? 72 x 48?

Or, does that mean ISEF boards are larger in terms of width? 36x72?

Or, should it be both? 54 x 72 (huge)

Any suggestions?

yvetteds
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Re: Poster size

Postby yvetteds » Wed Feb 05, 2014 2:08 pm

Hi - you can review all the rules and requirements including maximum display size on the ISEF information cite. Just google ISEF science fair. Follow carefully.

Good luck!
Good Luck with your Project -- Yvette

bionerd
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Re: Poster size

Postby bionerd » Sat Feb 08, 2014 2:32 am

I'm not talking about the maximum board sizes. Rather, I'm talking about common board sizes for students attending the fair.

Thanks!


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