Drawing and Analysing Graphs. Links to the new 2011 specifications. Planning an investigation. As part of your GCSE Science course you will be assessed on your ability to plan, carry out, analyse the results of and evaluate investigations.
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As part of your GCSE Science course you will be assessed on your ability to plan, carry out, analyse the results of and evaluate investigations.
You will be expected to present and analyse results in order to reach a clear conclusion.
What should you consider when analysing your results and coming to a conclusion?
Drawing a graph makes it easier to spot trends and patterns in results. However, it must be neat, clear and easy to interpret.