Writing lab reports requires presenting relevant practical and technical information clearly and concisely. This information details results and conclusions that are drawn from experiments and the methods used. The lab report should also include relevant discussions about the findings. These reports should be thorough, complete, and well-organized and consist of at least five sections as follows: 1) Cover Page, 2) Introduction, 3) Methods and Materials, 4) Results and Findings, and also 4) Discussions and Conclusions.
The Cover Page
The cover page of the lab report should contain a title given for the experiment. It should also include your full name, the instructor’s name (or whatever person or entity to which the report will be presented), and either the experiment date or the date the report is written. Continue reading How to Write a Laboratory Report