HELP! what needs to be on a science fair project?

do I really need to write a abstract & a problem or what HELP ME!!!
Anonymous User
Anonymous User
Asked May 12, 2010

ask your teacher duh:)
It depends on what is outlined by your school/teacher. The base requirements are a hypothesis, an experiment, and a conclusion. Then again, those are just what's involved in any standard experiment really. You need to just ask a/your teacher.
Oni_Kami
Answered May 12, 2010
my project is on "do different methods of cooking potatoes produce a different taste?"
amazing May 13, 2010
Great, that has nothing to do with anything I said though.
in any science fair project u should use the scientific method which is :

1-ask a question :
the scientific method starts when u ask a question about sth that u observe: How, what, when, who, which, why or where? And, in order for the scientific method to answer the question it must be about sth that u can measure, preferably with a number.
Put simply: pick some interesting aspect of your topic and choose a question about that which u can answer by doing the science fair experiment

2-construct a Hypothesis:
A hypothesis is an educated guess about how things work:
"if--------(I do this)-------,then-----(this)-----will happen"
3-communicate your results:
to complete your science fair project u will communicate your results to others in a final report and/or a display board. Pro scientists do almost exactly the same thing.
4- statement or purpose and Hypothesus.
5-methodolgy.
6-analysis of data.
7-summary and conclusion.
8-apllication.

If u need more info. Comment I have more info.
Hope I helped u :)
Good Luck with your science fair project ;)
Mrs_Bieber
Answered Feb 17, 2012
yes, u have to write an abstract, object, introduction, terms concepts and questions to start backgeound research, materials and equipment, experimental procedure, and variations :)

Oh GOSH !! Did I write all of this??? :o :o

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