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Home > Science Fair Project > Defining

Science Project Guidelines

by Elizabeth Stryjewski
Kennedy Space Center

Defining a problem

Youll want to pick a subject for your science project that you like and that you want to spend some time looking into. Right at the beginning, do some background research to familiarize yourself with the subject. Youll also want to understand any terms associated with your subject that youre unfamiliar with. If you're not sure what you would like to do, consult with local professionals in the subject area you would like to investigate. Many people would be glad to help, they just need to be asked. Also, continue to keep in touch with these people, as they could give you advice and direction throughout your project. Perhaps you could even review your final project with them and go over how you would like to present your project. They might be able to spot areas you need to improve on and point out the strong points that would be worth emphasizing.





  1. Defining a problem
  2. Formulating a hypothesis
  3. Designing your experiment
  4. Collecting data
  5. Formulating a conclusion
  6. The Final Presentation: Tips For the Science Fair


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Science Fair Projects



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