Lab Report

Another lab report? These seem to have no ending point for students, especially those who study biology, chemistry, or other related fields. And while a lab experiment may be your favorite thing in the whole world, writing a report on it is not a bit as interesting as the actual process. To write a report, you need to take notes during the experiment, make sure you get the right order, names, time, date, details, etc. To make things worse, you need to know and follow a set structure, meet instructions, have great writing skills, and finally - meet a ridiculous lab report writing deadline.

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Structuring a Lab Report

The most exhausting part of writing a lab report is the note-taking and the research part. When you have all those notes you gathered during the actual lab experiment, you need to set them in a coherent and organized structure and turn them into writing that meets all demands set by the professor.

In writing the lab report, our writers follow the basic structure:

Title page

This page contains the experiment's name, names of your partners in the lab, as well as the date.

Abstract

The abstract serves to show the reader what the key aspects of the report are. This is the place to introduce the purpose of the lab experiment or the report, key findings, major conclusions, and significance. In most cases, we will include a brief, yet rich reference to the methodology or the theory related to the experiment, one that enables the reader to understand that the report is relevant and worthy of their time.

Introduction

We all know that introductions serve to interest the reader of your report. But in this case, there is more to an introduction. Since you already have an abstract to serve as a concise explanation of the key elements of the report, this part should be more focused and narrow. We use the introduction to present the reader with the objective of the lab experiment and provide some background. This is where that research we mentioned previously comes into action. 

A well-written introduction sets a background theory, shares findings, and previous research, as well as formulas and vocabulary the reader will need to understand the report.

Methodology and equipment

This part usually comes in a list in a lab report, but a full and accurate one. It also describes the standard procedure or the lab manual to the reader.

Experiment and procedure

The experiment and procedure part is the most interesting part to the reader and writer in the same time. In this part, the writer will use a chronological approach toward describing the process in details, clear paragraphs, and with clarity.

Result

The resulting chapter of a lab report shares calculations, figures, and tables, as well as some verbal results.

Discussion

Even though the actual procedure part might have been most interesting and appealing, this part is the most important piece of the lab report. The Discussion chapter is where you show that you not only completed the experiment but also understood it and learned something from it. Our writers will use this part to analyze, explain and interpret. In doing so, they'll compare the results that were expected to those that were obtained, explain them in relation to the theoretical data found during the research, analyze any experimental errors, relate the results with the objectives, etc. 

Finally, the report analyzes the limitations and strengths of the specific experimental design.

Conclusion

You might be wondering what we'll be doing in the conclusion if we included the limitations and comparisons in the discussion part. The conclusion of a lab report is different from conclusions you have written for other papers in the sense that it contains a statement of what you now know and a justification of the same.

References and appendices

These two are separate chapters. The first includes the manual and some readings that you have included in your paper. The second includes raw data, graphs, pictures, tables, and calculation that aren't previously included but is relevant.

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