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Communicating Results

Communicate Results  Step 6: Communicating Results

The most important step of your scientific investigation is to communicate your results with your peers. You may report your results by written report, oral report, or display to inform what you have learned through out your investigation. 

You may need to include an Abstract, which is an abbreviated version of your final project in 250 words. Your abstract should include the following five points: Introduction, Problem Statement, Procedures, Results, and Conclusion.

When presenting in front of an audience remember to stand tall, take deep breaths, and think positive, that will help with all the "excitement".

Good Luck.

Tip for Science Fair Displays

1. When adding pictures to your display board make sure you are including the URL's of where you got it from, giving the creator credit.

2. Check to see if the Science Fair you are entering has specifications for displays. These can include:

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  • Materials i.e. AZSEF does not allow water or soil in its displays.
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