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Frequently Asked Questions - Registration
All project registrations are due by February 27, 2013 or earlier depending on your regional fair. No projects will be accepted for competition after February 27, 2013 . Online registration is required for all projects.
Copies of all paperwork need to be mailed to your fair so the signatures can be checked and the Scientific Review Committee can review the project for safety. The original signed forms need to remain with the student's project and must be brought to the fair during setup.
2017 Fee Schedule:
Projects emailed or postmarked by March 8th are $5.
Projects emailed or postmarked between March 9th and March 15th are $10.
Projects emailed or postmarked between March 16th and March 22nd are $15.
Projects emailed or postmarked on or after March 22nd are $20 per project.
The final deadline is March 29th. No projects will be accepted after that date. As mail is not processed at my office during Spring Break, scan and email paperwork instead or send an email telling me it is in the mail.
For a project to count as registered the correct forms for the project must be received. Required forms are either a signed MS Super EZ form and project procedures OR appropriate ISEF forms and procedures. Those emailing forms can wait until all projects have been sent before mailing a single check.
If you are not registered online, you can not attend Intel NWSE. In addition those directly entering Intel NWSE must have their paperwork postmarked by February 27th. We will not accept paperwork after that date unless the project is qualifying through a Regional Fair.
One packet from each school needs to be sent to your fair. The packet must include:
- School Registration Form
- Student Packets (AFOR Registration Form, ISEF Forms, AFOR Abstract Form)
- Registration Fees if required.
*Middle School Students following the Super EZ Rules need only turn in the Super EZ form and project procedures.
If you are competing at a Regional Fair, your paperwork needs to be sent directly there. The address is on the School Registration Form when printed from AFOR. Regional Fair Director contact info can be found on the Regional Fairs List page.
Middle school registrations for Intel NWSE can be mailed to the address on the left of this page in the Contact Intel NWSE box.
Our system is not designed to register both age groups through the same login. A second adult sponsor or email address will be needed. If your organization has both age groups contact Stephanie Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
First, log in with your old email address and password. Next, click on "edit contact information." Then click on the "change my email address" link. Enter your new email twice and click "update email." You will then receive an email from the system at your new email address. It will include a link you must click on to activate your new address. If you don't receive the email within an hour, check your spam folder or contact us for help.
You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader version 7 or higher to print the ISEF forms from the registration site.
Pop-Up blockers need to be disabled in order to print.
Many online service providers (AOL, MSN, etc) and search engine toolbars such as Google and Yahoo, have automatic pop-up blockers. You will need to turn them off or add the registration site to your trusted sites. For the Google toolbar go to the registration site and click the icon showing the number of blocked sites.
We recommend reading the pdf version carefully before printing in case any information did not get transferred. Please let us know if you see this problem.
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