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How The Layout Is Suppose To Look Like For A Science Fair Project?

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The layout for a science fair project is an important document that will illustrate that you have researched the subject correctly and thoroughly. This layout should present the ideas of the project and should be clear and easy for others to understand. The written report will differ and contain far more detail than the poster. People tend to read from left to right, and from top to bottom so it is important to structure the content correctly so that people are not confused.
The title of the project should appear at the top-centre of the poster. Your name should appear alongside the title. Data and graphics and any pictures should appear directly below the title and name and should also be central, leaving enough room on either side for four other topic boxes. Try to make your illustrations visually striking for the viewer.
At the top left of the page you should explain the purpose and the background of your research and why the subject is important. Your findings will take up two more of the three remaining boxes and should be clear and concise. They can be presented in paragraph form, as long as the facts are easy to grasp. They can also be presented in bullet point form, but make sure that enough information is present so that people can understand the findings. These two boxes should be either side of the central illustrations and pictures in the lower half of the page.
The final box, at the top right hand side of the page, should show what would occur next, your recommendations for people who would like to research the subject matter you are presenting further. Other useful materials to use for display are an abstract of your work, a single page that is a brief overview.
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In the middle on top of he board you suppose 2 have de title  in the bottom of the title you suppose 2 have the problem a.k.a the question
and on the bottom the hypothesis

IN IN DE LEFT HAND CORNER:you suppose 2 have the variable on top and in the bottom of the variable is the  procedure
and at the bottom of the board on the left side you suppose 2 have the  materials
AT THE RIGHT HAND OF THE BOARD:  On top you suppose  2 have 2 result and  on the bottom of the result you suppose 2 have the conclusions
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No youre goin to have your purpose on the top right hand side followed by your hypothesis and research in the top middle your title followed by your data and pics on the top left hand side your goin to have your results followed by your conclusion
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Aisha answered
For almost every science fair project, you need to prepare a display board which contains all the basic information. Here is a link that will help you understand how to make layouts that are effective enough to attract the audience:
www.makeitsolar.com
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Here it is:
  Prosedure   Title   Conclusion
 

  Backround   Hypothesis   Graph
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First of all listen to my answer because I actually know what to do  first on the left hand side you put the reason why and your opening statement  for choosing this statement. In the middle you add your title then you add your question then your data. At the end you add your results then you add your conclusion be sure to add your abstract which is basically what you did exec pt it is in your pan flit lastly add your journal which is you jotting down the experiment in a book
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First you have to go on google and type in what does a science fair board look like. Trust me, I had the same problem.

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