As a student you
can become a member of ScienceProject.com in order to access a
project guide and get support for your science project.
After completing your
membership, you can log-in the members section and select any
project in order to view the introduction page. At this time if you want
to view the project details/project guide, you can click on the "View Details" button. Please note that the number of
projects that you can view is limited and your choices are not
A project guide usually
includes the following sections:
- Question or Purpose
- Defining Variables
- Sample Hypothesis
- Experiment design and
Although project guides
contain all the information that you need to start your project,
you may need additional support or have more questions.
|To submit a
question or request further
information, you can click on the Ask a new question button while you
are in your project guide page. This will allow you to send a message to your project
It usually take one to three days
for a project advisor to view and respond to your question.
(Repeated and irrelevant questions will not be answered.)
|You can later
visit your project guide page again and click on View
Answers to see the answers to your
Project advisors who answer
your questions are knowledgeable
teachers or other professionals with industry and business
experience who introduce and identify the real life applications
of each science project. This makes a science project more
interesting and educational.
To become a member, complete and submit the
membership options have different membership terms. You can renew your
membership before or after it's expiration date. Membership fees are
- All project
guides listed in this website with an active link are available
for immediate access. When you select a project, you
can revisit that project as many times as you need
during your membership period. You can also print any
page for your personal use.
- Project details usually include experiment design, but will not
have experiment results. All students need to perform their own
experiments and get their own results. We do not collect or
share the results with members.