• As you gear up for your local school-based science fair, here are some things to consider and remember: 

    1.  Do you have a significant number of trials per test group? 3 is really not enough- go for 10 or more! Statistics work better with more numbers (n). Here's some help with Statistics.  FYI: Stats win! & are more likely to go to State!
    2. Have you described your project well in the abstract and research plan? You should be able to hand it to a scientist or teacher and they should be able to understand exactly what you did, why you did it that way, and what you intended to prove or disprove. 
    3. Have you checked all your forms and are sure you have the following minimums? ALL of these #1-4 are required for entry into CRSEF Regional Fair in January. 
      1. Combo Form 1,1a, 1b OR (if SRC required, all 3 forms: (1 Checklist for Adult sponsor, 1a Student Checklist, 1b Approval Form )
      2. Form 3 Risk Assessment Form (this should include every possible risk- i.e. splinter from wood, broken glass etc.- and be overly safety conscious with goggles and gloves at all times). 
      3. Official SSEF Abstract (this should be the concise summary and include the correct category for entry)
      4. Research Plan (be sure you have your citations in APA format for the bibliography) 
      5. *If your project required SRC approval (Vertebrates, Humans, PHBAs, etc) you will need the appropriate forms found here at the SSEF Forms Site
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  • Do you have science career or engineering experience and would like to be a judge at our Collier Regional Science and Engineering Fair on January 24th, 2020?

    Please fill out this Google Form here:  Judge Volunteer Form

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