The judging criteria for SSEF 2019 is as follows:
|Pre-judging Criteria ||Weighting (%) ||Final Judging Criteria ||Weighting (%) |
|Research Question/Problem ||10 ||Research Question/Problem ||10 |
|Design and Methodology ||20 ||Design and Methodology ||20 |
|Execution ||25 ||Execution ||25 |
|Creativity ||20 ||Creativity ||20 |
|Presentation (based on written report) ||25 ||Presentation (Total 25%) ||Poster - 7|
Interview - 18
Each criterion has been elaborated, please click here
for the Pre-Judging criteria and here
for the final judging criteria.
The judges' decisions are final and no correspondence will be entertained.
All reports submitted will be kept by the organisers and will not be returned. Each applicant should keep a copy of his or her report for personal use. The applicant is not required to send in his project data book(s) but he/she should have it available for the exhibition (on SSEF Final Judging Day) and interviews (ATS).
Please read the Intel ISEF Display and Safety Regulations
to have a better idea of what should and should not be included in exhibits for the SSEF Final judging round. The size of the booths for SSEF may differ from that of Intel ISEF.
Applicants are strongly encouraged to visit the official Intel ISEF website
to view past projects and obtain other information that may be pertinent to SSEF.