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Some examples of how we've helped other students:

  • Here, advice is being given on HOW and WHY significant figures and an appropriate format should be used for all formal lab reports. Lab - 4
  • This student is being advised on how to improve his approach by focusing on ONE research question, thereby minimizing the number of variables. Lab - 1
  • Students often overlook many aspects of data processing such as having consistent significant figures, units of measurement, uncertainties and their implications, etc. Lab - 3
  • Here, feedback is being given to bring this student back on track - there was little or no connection between data processing, observations and the conclusion provided. Lab - 2

Though the contents of each lab report vary with the nature of the experiment and the subject, all written reports must meet some specific grading criteria in order to receive a high grade. Our team of consultants will illuminate these criteria while helping you to:

  • Understand the critical concepts within the design of an experiment
  • Improve theoretical understanding within the scientific context and methodology
  • Apply science concepts within design and execution effectively
  • Better organize raw and processed data
  • Choose appropriate sources of information and cite them correctly
  • Improve error analysis and evaluation
  • Ensure appropriate contextual references
  • Improve labeling, presentation and layout
  • Verify logical connections and arguments
  • Correct grammar, register and terminology
*The consultation that will be provided here is a compilation of our own experience, as well as the information contained in Diploma Programme: Biology Guide (IBO, Mar 2007), Diploma Programme: Chemistry Guide (IBO, Nov 2009), Diploma Programme: Physics Guide (IBO, May 2009).