THE CENTRAL UTAH SCIENCE & ENGINEERING FAIR IS PRESENTED BY THE BYU McKAY SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND THE BYU-PUBLIC SCHOOL PARTNERSHIP
Hello CUSEF students! This area is just for you. We’ve collected links to a myriad of useful data below so go ahead and dive in. If you have questions or know of another good resource, let us know!
Thanks to the students who registered your projects this year.
We post project abstracts each year so students, teachers and judges can
get a sense of what projects are being done, and how good abstracts (and bad)
Click the appropriate link below to read them:
Our favorite search engine is sponsoring an online science fair! Google is looking for the brightest, best young scientists from around the world to submit interesting, creative projects that are relevant to the world today. All CUSEF participants are encouraged to enter. For more information, please visit their website: www.google.com/events/sciencefair
Project Ideas, Answers & Tools for Serious Students at sciencebuddies.org
Project Recommender Wizard Don’t know what to do for your project? Start here.
Tips on designing experiments
Ask an expert
How to keep a notebook (PDF)
Prepare to be Judged A list of possible questions that you may be asked of a Judge.
Previous years’ abstracts To help write your own, take a peek at past abstracts.
Mastering the Abstract Writing Process (PowerPoint presentation)
How to write a great abstract for your project
Link to searchable ISEF abstracts
How to create a good science project display board
Here are all the forms you need. These forms are all PDFs and as such require a PDF reader to print or display. If you don’t already have one, you can download a free version here.
Click here to register online. You will need a passphrase to begin. If you don’t have a passphrase, please let us know.