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1. What part of the brain stores and helps with concentration? 2. Can music improve test scores? 3. What part of the brain does music trigger? 4. How can I make my project the best it can be?
Answer 1:

For questions 1, 2, and 3, you can find answers on the next links:

first link
second link
third link
fourth link
fifth link

For question 4.
A good project is the one that is very well organized, not only in paper, but also in your mind. You have to organize your ideas first, then your experiment, and at the end your results. The good projects are those that represent the experiment and the results in a very clear way; showing data, graphs, and honest comments on your results, are the best ways to do a good project. It is also important to mention your conclusions. When we do research, we not always find positive results, but any result is valuable, because it opens the way to find what we are looking for. Always keep in mind the next phrase:

"If you do not know what you are looking for at your start point, you will never know what you have found at the end”.

Good luck!


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