- How To Write Your Pre Lab - YouTube
- Example Pre-lab report
- Lab report help
- Tips on Writing Lab Reports
How To Write Your Pre Lab - YouTube
Your lab report should be neat and legible and only written in pen or ink (blue or black ONLY). Pre-lab Preparation of the pre-lab prior to carrying out the experiment helps to familiarize you with the objectives of the experiment and any hazards associated with that lab.
Example Pre-lab report
The graded components are: Pre-lab Questions (found online) - turned in prior to pre-lab presentation each week Pre-lab Information page (from lab manual; completed prior to lab; initialed by TA in lab) In-lab Observations (recorded in your laboratory notebook – copy to TA at end of lab; orinal is included in lab report) Results and Discussion page (from lab manual) Post-lab Questions (found online) The last 4 components are attached together and then turned in prior to the assned deadline by placing them in the appropriate slot in the cabinets across from the stockroom windows.
Lab report help
Lab work begins, but do NOT need to be taken in the Learning Center.
Tips on Writing Lab Reports
If your instructor gives you an outline for how to write a lab report, use that.
Pre lab report:
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