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How to start


Following are the steps for selecting and viewing a project guide. 

Step 1:

Browse the list of projects at your level. 
  • Primary projects are for grades  1 to 4
  • Elementary projects are for grades 4 to 6
  • Intermediate projects are for grades 7 and 8
  • Senior projects are for grades 9 to 12

Step 2:

When you see the name or title of your project, click on that to view the introduction page of the project.

Read the introductory information and then if you are sure that you want to view the project guide, click on View Details button at the lower left of the introduction page.

If you have enough view credits, you will be forwarded to the project's detail page.

Step 3:

A project detail page is usually a guide for doing the project. 

A project guide contains:

  • Introduction
  • Some related information
  • Question or purpose
  • Defining variables
  • Sample hypothesis
  • Experiment design
  • Bibliography or list of references

You can get additional support on one or more of your selected projects based on your membership level. The project that you choose to get support on, is called a main project. You can select your main project from the control panel. 

Step 4:

To get support, click on blue button on the upper left corner of your project guide. This will bring up a new page for submitting your question. 

Make sure you see your name in this page. If you don't see your name or it says Dear Non-member, that indicates a timeout. A timeout may happen as a result of a long period of inactivity. If timeout happens, you need to log off and log in again. 

After a day or two, come back to your project detail page and click on green button on the upper right corner to view answers to your questions.

Please note that you must submit one specific question at a time. Your project advisor may choose to answer your question or update the project guide to include answer to your question. 

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