1.Explain the scientific method and describe the overall manner in which you would apply it in your field of study or everydaylife.
2.Propose one (1) testable hypothesis to explain / solve the problem you have selected. State the expected outcomes of your
actions and include criteria for determining whether or not these actions would succeed.
Note: Your hypothesis should be
stated very precisely.
3.Describe the main actions that you intend to put into place to test the hypothesis that you proposed in Question 2. Describe
the way in which you would evaluate the success of your program. Include the results that you would deem as a success and
the results that would be considered a failure.
Discuss the wisdom behind the strategy you would use to test the hypothesis from Question 3, and describe the additional
steps you might take, depending on the results of your test. Note: These additional steps might be to revise your original
hypothesis (if the results were unsatisfactory) or to propose new hypotheses. The goal is to continuously improve your
understanding of the factors influencing your outcomes, to be able to achieve greater results over time.
Research your problem and assess your data / research. Examples of such problems could be:
Developing a new product that is superior to competitor’s brands; or
Establishing a price for a new product using the law of supply and demand;
Information Systems and Technology
The use of personal electronic devices for work purpose, or
Determining in the most costeffective
computer for your business;
The reliability of eyewitness testimony, or
Determining what evidence reveals to you about a crime;
Selecting a particular brand of detergent, or
Determining the most cost efficient
transportation / route for your commute.