Where do I submit ISEF forms for science fair? URGENT?
I need help really soon because it's due on Thursday. HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
- Charles KLv 77 years agoFavorite Answer
The Rules Wizard has been designed as a first step to help you determine what forms and approvals are necessary before beginning a science fair project intended for competition at an ISEF-affiliated fair or the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair. Your answers to the following list of questions will return a list of forms and information that most likely will pertain to your project. All users are sent through the entire series of nine questions; if the question is not applicable, please mark "None of the Above" or click the "Next" button to proceed through the Wizard. The questions are designed to be repetitive to ensure that you have considered all aspects of your project. These forms and the accompanying rules should be reviewed closely with a teacher or mentor BEFORE experimentation begins.
This wizard is intended to be a helping tool, but cannot account for all specifics and situations of your individual project. Please be sure to review the International Rules. The ISEF SRC (Scientific Review Committee) is available via e-mail (SRC@societyforscience.org) or phone to answer any specific questions you may have.
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Rules & Guidelines
Understanding the International Rules and Guidelines, which govern the Intel® International Science and Engineering Fair® (Intel ISEF), and properly completing all of the paperwork is a necessary and important part of completing your science fair project. For PDF versions of the official rules and forms please visit the Intel ISEF Document Library.
Intel ISEF Rules Wizard
This "wizard" asks a series of questions about your planned project and will provide a list of forms that you need to complete.
SRC 101 PowerPoint
The ISEF SRC has made available an SRC 101 Powerpoint that can be a tool in giving workshops on the Rules and Guidelines. Share with your IRB and SRC members, teachers and any others interested in an overview of the International Rules. (NOTE: MS Powerpoint needs to be installed on your machine to view.)
SRC Report from the Intel ISEF 2012
Provides a report of the project review of the Intel ISEF 2012 held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, May 2012.
Overview of Forms and Dates
Provides a brief explanation of each form in the Rules and Regulations, and when it should be completed.
Checklist for SRC Review
This draft document is intended to provide guidance to local, regional and state Scientific Review Committees as they review projects just before competition.
Common Scientific Review Committee (SRC) Problems
Summarizes SRC reviews leading up to the Intel ISEF, with pointers about what NOT to do.
Most Common Reasons for Projects to Fail to Qualify at ISEF
This document summarizes the most common reasons that a project fails to qualify at the Intel ISEF.
International Rules & Guidelines FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions answered by the Scientific Review Committee.
Translations of the International Rules
The text of the 2012 International Rules translated into Spanish in a downloadable format.
The text of the 2013 International Rules translated into Arabic in a downloadable format.
Contact the email@example.com with specific rules questions.
The following index provides online materials to guide you through the rules. You can also download a printable Adobe Acrobat* PDF file of the International Rules and Guidelines 2013 from the Document Library.