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Select an idea that interests you.

Select an idea that you can complete in the allotted time.

Determine what special equipment and materials will be needed.

Consider the level of difficulty of your topic.

Research, research, research!

State your objectives on paper.

Describe your procedure.

Report your results.

Discuss your results.

Be clear and direct.

Do not assume your reader knows your topic.

Avoid bias and generalizations.

Do not make your report too long.

Use appropriate documentation.

Use charts, graphs, and tables effectively.

Know important properties of all materials used.

Learn how to use all equipment and instruments properly and safely.

Make sure you understand all procedures completely.

Decide how you will collect and record your data.

Understand what the "Scientific Method" is and use it. (Purpose, hypothesis, research, experiment, conclusion.)

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Define your objective - organize your experiment - establish control group - organize your data - present your data - prepare your paper report - prepare your display -

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