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How can students decide which category is right for their project?
Submitted by admin on Sun, 09/07/2008 - 11:48am
Look carefully at the list of subcategories under each category.
Use a title that clearly fits within a category or subcategory.
Write an abstract that clearly states what the scientific question or engineering goals are and what methods are used to answer them.
When an organism is used, give both a scientific name and a common name.
Think of five “key words” that are important to the project. These key words should relate to a category and subcategory.