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Guidelines for writing lab reports 1.Think about your reader and his/her purpose in reading. - Who: A reader of your lab report is knowledgeable or expert in your field. - Purpose: S/he is interested in the results and discussion of your work and also in the credibility of your methods. 2. Remember that an effective lab report begins with pre-lab planning. - Usually, your professor will clarify the purpose of the lab and the procedures, but if not, then you need to think this through.What do you want to learn? What are the variables? What are the procedures? What materials and facilities will be used? 3. Also remember that an effective lab report requires careful in-lab procedure and on recording data accurately and completely. 4. When you write the lab report, use a conventional pattern of information organization. A basic lab report outline follows. - Abstract in some but not all cases. Again, learn what your reader expects . o
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