This online science fair was started by Jason Hough, who also created the WebAssign software, and is now the administrator of it. It is a fantastic way to get students interested in physics, and to teach them the basics of mechanics. Many people have already taken part in this online science fair and have been quite successful at winning a prize.
Students who take part in the WebAssign physics game have the chance to win a $500 prize, which can be used to purchase materials for their projects. They can even purchase items that are not normally available on the site, such as magnets. They will have to research online in order to find items that are not sold on the website.
WebAssign also offers its students a chance to take a practice test before they start taking the actual exam. The students are then shown a list of questions to answer and have a few minutes to answer as many questions as they can. A small number of the questions are true yes/no type questions and are very easy for the students to answer correctly. Once they have answered all of the questions they were given, they will have to turn in their answers in order of completion.
When the questions are answered correctly, students will be given a score. The higher the score, the better their grade will be. If the students were able to answer all of the questions correctly, they can also receive prizes. These include a personalized WebAssign T-Shirt, and WebAssign Keychain Pen.
If the students do not understand something in the questions, they can type it into the keyboard and look at the keychain to find an answer. Some of the keychains have graphics, which can be helpful in helping them to understand what is being said. Some of the keychains can even print out the answer for the question or show an example picture that is shown on the keychain.
One of the reasons why students have been participating in this science fair is because it is a great way to meet students who might be interested in the same course they are taking. The science fair allows the students to network and make new friends. Once they complete their online applications and submit their project, they will have an opportunity to meet students who might have similar interests, such as music or arts, etc.
As students complete their applications, they will need to meet with a judge and have a presentation to show to a panel of judges, and will be judged based on the project they have submitted. There are many different categories in which the students can choose from, such as model rockets, and other models of space crafts. Students can enter these categories to see how well they did, as well as how well they think their project will do in the WebAssign Physics Bowl. After their project is judged, they will be presented with a prize, which will help them buy some of their supplies.
Students will be able to purchase materials to make model rockets, and other WebAssign projects. These items will include the materials that the student needs to make the project, along with different materials for the project. Some of the materials will be free, while others will need to be purchased with money. The students will also be required to use an extra set of hands when they assemble their project.
Each project will require a different amount of materials, so there will always be more than one project to complete. The students will need to assemble the different projects, and then create and design a website where they will post their project information and pictures. The judges will be looking for students that create a site that they can visit, and view.
After the students have finished their assignments and submitted their project, they will then have the chance to get some prizes for their projects from the WebAssign Physics Bowl. These can be anything from a T-Shirt, to personalized keychains, to magnets, to a WebAssign Keychain Pen. The students can also get prizes for their school, depending on the school that they are attending.