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LABORATORY REQUIREMENTS

I. Preliminary Report (To be submitted after performing the experiment) 50 %


Expected contents of the preliminary report/group report:
Title Page
Preliminary Data Sheet
1. A tabulated form of the data gathered prepared 1 sheet per table (refer
to the format of the tables from the individual data sheet).
2. Below each table, provide an analysis/interpretation of the data
gathered in a particular part of the experiment which be done in
bulleted form.
3. Show complete computations used in filling out the table.
Answer to Guide and Questions
Graph/s (if any) with interpretation.
Criteria for Grading:
Data Sheet which includes correctness of the data
Interpretation of the Data
Computations
Overall Presentation

20 points
10 points
10 points
10 points

II. INDIVIDUAL REPORT


=
50 %
Individual report must contain the following parts:
A. Properly Accomplished Title Page
B. Properly Accomplished and Signed Data Sheet
C. Sample Computations
Show computation for at least 1 trial for every part of the experiment which
includes the computation for average value, % of error or % of difference.
D. Summary: Give a summary of the experiment which contains the following:

(First Paragraph) Briefly describe what was done in the lab


but not step by step as in a procedure.

(Second Paragraph) Give basic scientific theory, principles or


concepts used. You can include all the quantities that have
been measured or determined as well as the equations used.

(Third Paragraph) Explain how a theory / concept were put to


use or how it was tested or applied in the lab.
D. Conclusions
This part is a closing that describes the overall success of the experiment.
(First Paragraph)
Discuss whether or not the objectives were achieved. (Refer to the Objectives
section.)
(Second Paragraph)
Describe how your understanding of the theory has been improved after
performing the experiment. Include in your discussion some practical
applications of the concepts used in the experiment.
(Third Paragraph) Select a particular situation from the one mentioned in the
second paragraph and give insights how a particular theory or concept in the
experiment was applied.

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Criteria for Grading:

Summary
Conclusions
Completeness
Presentation

15 points
15 points
10 points
10 points

NOTE:
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Use engineering lettering for the preliminary report and individual report.
Use black ink (gel or technical pen) only.
Total score for PR & IR will be reflected as the grade for laboratory report.

POLICIES:
No performance, no report.
Student/s who will arrive after the attendance has been checked will be marked absent and
therefore attend a make-up class. You will be given a 30 minute grace period before checking the
attendance but
To become leader of a particular experiment, a student must come on time
A student who will come after the 30 minute grace period will get 1pt/minute deduction
but up to a maximum extension of 30 minutes only.
A student who will arrived after an hour will be marked absent and must attend a makeup class.
For Make-Up Class: For those who were absent during the experiment, the student must
attend a make-up class and prepare a final/individual report to be submitted during the class
regular schedule. But will receive only 75% of the groups preliminary report grade.
Strictly no special exam.
GRADING SYSTEM:
Laboratory Report
Quizzes
Final Exam

50 %
30 %
20 %

PASSING RATE: 70 %
Grading Scale
General
Average
96.01
93.01
90.01
86.01
83.01

Grade

General Average

1.00
1.25
1.50
1.75
2.00

80.01
76.01
73.01
70.00
0.000

Grade
2.25
2.50
2.75
3.00
5.00

Aside from academic deficiency, other grounds for a failing grade are:

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Any form of cheating during examinations


More than 20 % of the total number of meetings missed in a term
Failure to take the final examination with no valid excuse

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