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Science Fair Judging Rubric
Project title / #
Experimental (Original or historical)
No effort An attempt was made
moderately good job very good job
Professional, well-done job.
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A foreign person will start posting something
A lonely lady (80 or something) will get curious, and that is not a good thing.
A person maybe a hobo will seek u out
A fruit will come to life and runaway
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Clearly stated hypothesis?
Logical procedure to test hypothesis?
Proper control group?
Is data graphed, tabulated, or analyzed in a useful way?
Are the conclusions supported by the data? (Compare the experimental data with the control data.)
Is there evidence of sufficient preliminary research?
Is there a rich variety of research resources, e.g. books,
articles, encyclopedias, reliable websites (such as those with
a .edu or.gov suffix)?
Did s/he keep a detailed journal, showing what was done
on each day, the results, etc.?
Typed, well-organized report, written in a concise
fashion, with a works cited page?
Original experiment: Has the student presented new or unique ideas?
Historical experiment: Merely explaining a new idea is not enough How did scientists think about the subject before this historic experiment?
Thought and time put into the display?
Are there supplements, handouts, or hands-on components?
Is information displayed in a well organized fashion?
If applicable, take into account whether or not they use colorful, easy-to-read graphs, chart, etc. However, unnecessary over-usage of color and graphics may be considered a distraction.
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