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hotcurry 09-29-2005 02:19 PM

For Anyone Starting A Project Tips.
 
-Always do a science project you like best or a challenge you want to have. This might make it exciting and fun to do.
-NEVER EVER DO PROJECTS ON:
Comparing subjects:ex. Coke vs.Sprite, laundry detergent, bubblegum.These kind of projects do not have any numerical data or measurements.They are more of a survey than an experiment.

If you have any other tips, post them in this thread.

boredom 09-29-2005 05:30 PM

It doesn't really matter what your doing just make sure it has a point ..and make sure you get accurate information for your project

Mad Scientist 09-30-2005 01:02 AM

Type of projects
 
I agree, Boredom,

It really doesn't matter what topic you choose - as long as it has a point - and you're really trying to prove or disprove something.

Usually, I try picking a topic that's INTERESTING to me. That really helps keep me going!

(Although I find lots of stuff interesting!) :)

ScienceIsCool 09-30-2005 11:37 AM

Mad Scientist is right in saying you should always try to do a project that is interesting to you.

Think about it: Some of us like to play video games and can play for hours and hours and hours? Why? Because it's fun and interesting.

Likewise, if you invest a little effort into thinking and finding a project that's interesting to you, you are much more likely to actually learn something from the experience - not to mention score higher points!!

Act early so you have time to refine your ideas. Don't be shy to work with your teacher. He or she will be glad to help you if you show genuine interest. There's nothing more inspiring for a teacher than to see a student who really is interested in learning!!

Do the following to expose yourself to as many different ideas as possible:
  1. Browse through the many interesting projects on this website. When you read other people's ideas, it's likely to stimulate thinking on your part.
  2. If you think of one or two things that interest you, be sure to use the search feature on this website to see what others have done
  3. Use the encyclopedia on this website to lookup terms or subjects that you don't understand. The encyclopedia is pretty useful and seems to be written by knowledgeable folks.

wisteria 10-09-2005 04:26 AM

just trying to help
 
well I like a viarity of things learning is what I like... if you want a challenge think outside of your interest zone...

help22 10-20-2005 01:59 PM

i need help
 
i need a project on zoology. got any ideas

BroadwayBaby 12-31-2005 08:49 AM

Comparison??
 
Although I agree with what hotcurry said, comparing subjects can be useful, escpecially to elementary students seeking easily done experiments.

wisteria 01-01-2006 07:10 PM

and sometimes you could combine...;)

imlikelost 01-10-2006 07:38 PM

ok
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by help22
i need a project on zoology. got any ideas

what kind of animals do you want to do ur project on?


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