Frequently Asked Questions
- Who is Adam Posner, anyway?
- Do I need to bring lunch the day of the fair?
- Are team projects considered inferior to individual projects?
Over the past few years, team projects have become more and more popular in the fair. A team project can be an excellent option, with its own category of awards.
Just make sure that both you and your partner are contributing equally to the effort. Considering that it is a team project, and that the possibility exists for one member to do the majority of the work while the other one does appreciably less, make sure that both you and your partner know what you are talking about.
- What paperwork do I need to fill out in order to participate in the Louisville Regional Science Fair?
- What are the requirements for my project board?
- After I get my pre-approval, what else do I need to do?
- What must I submit to obtain pre-approval to begin an LRSF research project?
- How do I get project pre-approvals required by ISEF Rules?
- Can I use people and animals in my project?
- How and where can I get help on my project?
- Is it all right to get help on my project?
- Is it important that I use statistics in my project?
- What are the judges looking for?
- If I need money for my project, where can I find it?
- Do I need to spend a lot of money on my project to be successful?
- What are my choices of project categories?
- Why do a science fair project?
- What must be submitted to apply for entry into LRSF?