REGISTRATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED
Congratulations to the 2018 Reading-Berks Science and Engineering Fair competitors.
Visit RBSEF.com for complete award listing!
Early registration: January 1 to February 14 @ Midnight
($10.00 late fee added on to registration fee after 11:59 PM on February 14)
(all registrations are time stamped when they register)
Late registration ends Midnight March 1 NO EXCEPTIONS
($10.00 late fee added to normal registration fee)
2019 Science Fair Dates: Mon. March 18 - Thur. March 21, 2019
Fair Location: Albright College Bollman Gymnasium
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Here are some links to get you right to the important information!
Eligibility Criteria and Exhibit Parameters Display Safety Rules
What happens the week of the science fair? (Day of Fair tab) Project categories and their definitions
Judging criteria-What are they looking for? Schedule and registration deadlines
The registration process begins by entering an email. You will be asked to confirm the email to continue the registration process. Please remember the password you created when completing the registration form. The password is required to make corrections to your registration. Lost passwords can be recovered or changed.
Student registration/required forms-Click here to register-all registrations are online!
2016 Awards Listing-download the file, and see who won the awards in 2016!
Important changes! NOTE-ALL FORMS MAY BE UPLOADED WITH YOUR REGISTRATION
Project display area change as of 2016 is still in effect. Be sure to read about the change in display area size for senior division projects.
Some set-up hints from us to you!
You must know your assigned project number and the category in which the project is entered before you come to the science fair to set up. If you do not remember your project number and category you can (1) sign into this website with your user name and password to enter your registration account or (2) ask your teacher. NOTE: Your project number must be be written on the back of your project and also on your notebook(s).
2-What to Bring - Be Prepared!
pen or pencil clear tape scissor sharpie white-out
a piece of plain white paper if any corrections must be made to your project.
3-Study Up! Plan Ahead!
Read the student project Display Safety Rules to make sure you do not bring restricted items to the science fair. Within these rules you can find suggestions on how to fashion your display without bringing the restricted items to the science fair. Begin with the end in mind! You may have to take photos throughout the course of your project.
Every year students and parents are disappointed because they have not read these rules and portions of the display are disallowed. Don't be that student!
Note: Your school name or teacher's name cannot be on your project or in the notebook; only your project ID is permitted.
Science fair is all about answering questions. If you have a questions, go after the answer! Here's how.
(1) Check out our FAQ's (2) Can't find the answer? Contact your teacher. (3) The science fair committee is here to help you-contact us!