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- Beaverton-Hillsboro Science Expo
- Central Western Oregon Science Expo
- COCC Regional Science Expo
- CREST-Jane Goodall Science Symposium
- Gresham-Barlow Science Expo
- Portland Public Schools Science Expo
- St. Matthew Regional Middle School Science Expo
- SW Washington Science and Engineering Fair
- Intel NWSE
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Tips for Students
There are now 7 regional fairs affiliated with NWSE and ISEF. More are in the works. High school students must qualify for Intel NWSE through a regional fair.
The HS Student Checklist will lead you through the process of getting ready for the fair. MS students have more registration options and should depend on their adult sponsors to help them through the process.
Last date for middle school submissions coming directly to Intel NWSE is March 17, 2016
Regional Fairs have varying deadlines and will submit paperwork to the state fair for the student.
ALL PROJECTS require signatures on certain forms BEFORE experimentation begins. Check the Forms Wizard to determine all the forms needed for a particular project. You can get more help on determining what forms are needed at the ISEF Rules Wizard.
Check out the Intel International Science and Engineering website for a Student Handbook that has help with all aspects of doing a project. More helpful advice from former science fair participants is available at the Intel ISEF Tips and Advice page.
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