In order to make your science fair project stand out during a science fair, it should be able to meet the following requisites: project is original; display is well-presented and organized; visuals are appropriate; project title is correct.
You spent a lot of time, energy and even money to come up with a very good science fair project. It would be a wonderful feeling to have your project be recognized during the fair. With so many entries, you need to comply these requisites in order to have better chances of a significant attention especially from the judges:
Project is original
Oftentimes, duplication of science projects happens almost all the time. But, it does not mean you can’t have an original work. There is an endless possibility of coming up with new and better science fair projects. It is just a matter of having a thorough research. Resource materials are available in libraries, over the Internet, and in science clubs too. Although, you should be very choosy with your projects that you research over the net, since most students look for possible project ideas online. Giving a big possibility for any duplication. If you are more accessible to the Internet, might as well go for the ebook resources particularly the ones not for free. This would entail an expense, but, at least you get to have a lot of project options that have not been excessively used during science fairs.
Display is well-presented and organize
Present your science project in such a way that these five items can be easily noticed by the viewers and the judges: project title, hypothesis, experimentation process, data, and the conclusion. Your goal when you display your project is to be able to clearly show the experiment as well as the results to everyone in a manner that can be easily understood. It is also important to have an organized showcase of your work by avoiding any unnecessary references.
Visuals are appropriate
Illustrations and photos are very useful in presenting your project. The use of graphs, charts, and diagrams are very helpful too in your presentation. Make sure that they are properly labeled and the ones looking at them would already understand what these charts, graphs and diagrams stand for. To fill in colors, use colored markers or colored paper cut-outs to give more emphasis on your visuals.
Project title is correct
One of the first things people see when they look at your science project is its title. So, make sure you have a really good one. You should be able to come up with a title that can grab the attention of the viewers. Most of all, the title should be able to tell the viewers what your project is all about.
Believe in the possibility that your project can be considered as one of the excellent science fair projects during your science fair. Simply remember these requisites so you can have a project that will surely stand out.