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Home > Science Fair Project > Presentation

Science Project Guidelines

by Elizabeth Stryjewski
Kennedy Space Center

The Final Presentation:
Tips For the Science Fair


There are several essential elements to a good presentation:

  1. Present your data using averages, not individual measurements. Also, don't present the data more than once. Don't make a line graph and pie chart of the same data. Finally, don't include more than one variable on a graph or it gets confusing.
  2. Report sample size (n=?). Older students should give some statistical analysis of their data, such as standard deviation, anova or t-test.
  3. Have print large enough to read from a distance.
  4. Be sure that you understand all the terms and acronyms you present.

Think about future experiments and how you could expand on a project. Many students do science fair projects in consecutive years. You should think about expanding and significantly changing your project, not just repeating the same project.





  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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