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Everyone is faced with a test – how to write a lab paper and create a design so that you get a decent estimate. Many do not know what kind of task it is and how to properly format it. These difficulties are faced by students in schools, as well as students in higher education. The laboratory report is a practical task.

Before you write a lab report, you should learn as much information as possible about the design features. Students usually do such work individually. First of all, the student should use the methodology, which is developed at the department of the educational institution. It contains all the rules and requirements. General rules apply when there is no methodology. Consultations with the teacher are acceptable.

 A simple laboratory report can be divided into five stages: Theory / introductory part and topic, task, solution, control questions, list of references.

Every responsible person can write a good laboratory report. A more complex report can contain more than 5 stages: subject, purpose, methods used; theoretical part; used equipment and materials; methodology; Journal; conclusion or conclusion; literature.

After that, the student prepares a report. The report is drawn up according to all rules. After that, protection occurs. The teacher asks additional questions on the protection ..

According to the established rules, the font size should be 14, the font itself is Times New Roman, with a one and a half interval between the lines. The numbering starts with the title page, but there should not be page numbers on it. All figures and tables must be titled, all applications must have names.

If the institution does not impose strict requirements, then you can use a common notebook (preferably even A4 format). Pages should be numbered. You can divide the space of the notebook into three columns:

It is necessary to indicate the name, the list of used equipment, reagents or devices, as well as other theory; The second column – the course of work; The third one for conclusions.

As a student correctly write a lab paper in a notebook. In a notebook or on a separate sheet, you should step back down to three or four cells, write down the name, purpose, list the instruments and materials, if they are used. It is also necessary to indicate a theoretical justification (formulas and other information). Next, the “Workflow” section begins, which contains the solution, tables and answer, if required. And the last section is the conclusion.