Presenting your Exhibit

Your entry can only be judged on your exhibit, your log book and what you tell the judges - be prepared.

Have an appropriately designed display stand. You are limited to a table space of 120cm wide by 75cm deep by 150cm high.  The display must be free standing, robust and provided by the entrant.

This style of display has been found to be suitable for most entries.

Cardboard bases are available e-mail Hugh Lensen.



A complete diary of everything you do, from the day you choose the question, to the day you present your investigation for marking.  Include date and time spent, methods, all raw data, calculations you made, problems you encountered, thoughts, help you received, as well as your conclusion and evaluation.

Make sure you are familiar with your project and the science ideas involved with your project.  The judges will expect you to explain the ideas to them.


How to lay out your display

Display layout information

SCITEC Sponsors

Thank you to the SciTec sponsors who make the science fair possible.

Age Groups, Categories and Prizes

Information about the entry age groups, categories and prizes at the Marlborough Lines Science and Technology Fair.

Powering Potential Programme

Powering Potential will not only challenge Year 12 and 13 students but will also enhance their problem solving, team building and collaboration skills.

Past Exhibits Gallery

Take a look at some examples of past exhibits that were successful at the Marlborough Lines Science and Technology Fair.

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