Our Achievements

What did you achieve by completing this project? When answering this question, consider both personal and academic development.
I get to know how to use the microscope and this will benefit me during my future when I need to use the microscope for investigation and future projects. This has also though me that cells do not necessary come in one shape and size. Now, I know that a tissue is made of many cells by seeing and evaluating it myself. I can do better now in cells topic in biology because I can now explain how the cells look like and the properties of the cells properly and I can get an idea of what to write in future tests or examination.
Post photographs and videos that you recorded during the project here.
Describe how the design of your experiment or the design of your product allowed you to achieve the projects desired outcomes.
I can actually achieve my desired outcomes by following the instructions that are given for me to achieve my results.
Identify possible limitations (restrictions) to your project. When answering this question, consider the design of your experiment or the design of your product.
Limitations may be lack of experience. Since I’m lack in experience using the microscope or even the liquids and terms that are used by the NTU mentors I can not carry out the experiment too smoothly however the NTU mentors were there to help and aid us in the experiments. Another limitations is the abiltity to retry the project because some of the results that we obtained are not that perfect and we want to improve of it but lack of time and the length of the experiment is a big big disadvantage because we don’t have the luxury of time to retry our experiment to perfect it. 
Suggest possible improvements that could be made in order to minimize the limitations that you have identified.
Extend the time and the period of the camp so that we can have more time. We can also do something similar in school before such as revising the basics use of the microscope before we use it again.

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