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Judging and evaluation

Judging

You’ve finished your project and are ready to present it to the judges. To help you deal with the stress that usually comes with this moment, read these tips from former exhibitors (in French)! 

 

Video: Le jugement (“Judging”, mostly in French)


Criteria and assessment grids

When you present your project, you will of course want to know exactly what the judges will be looking for when they get to your booth! Here are the main criteria used along with the weighting for each:

 

 

 

At the regional finals and Québec Final, the judges also use assessment grids, which are different depending on the type of project presented and its classification. You can download the grid applying to you to view the details.

 

I am an exhibitor in
primary school
I am in secondary
school or CÉGEP
LOCAL
final
Regional
final
LOCAL
final
Regional
final
I am presenting a Study project I am presenting a Study project I am presenting a Study project

 

I am presenting a Study project
 

I am presenting a Design project I am presenting a Design project I am presenting a Design project I am presenting a Design project 
I am presenting an Experimentation project I am presenting an Experimentation project I am presenting an Experimentation project I am presenting an Experimentation project

 

 

For judges

Read the Guide de préparation pour les juges de l'Expo-sciences du Québec (in French).

A program of
Réseau Technoscience
Premier partner
Ministère de l'Enseignement supérieur, de la Recherche, de la Science et de la Technologie
Hydro-Québec