What is an evaluation in a science experiment?
Evaluating involves assessing how the experiment is going as you carry it out, how you feel it went and what could have been improved if it was to be carried out again.
What should be included in a lab report evaluation?
- *Title Page. The title page gives you the opportunity to be creative as you introduce the lab with a picture and/or sound effect.
- *Objective/Purpose. State the purpose of the lab.
- Sample evaluation.
How do you write a conclusion and evaluation in science?
When writing a conclusion you should: briefly restate the purpose of the experiment (i.e. the question it was seeking to answer) identify the main findings (i.e. the answer to the research question) note the main limitations that are relevant to the interpretation of the results.
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