lavendercats814 wrote:Hi! I've never done materials science before and I haven't received the rules yet... I've also heard it was a difficult lab event as well. What are the best ways to study for this event, and also to help other people on the team as well?
runner_girl15 wrote:I, like other people on here, have never done materials science before (actually never done science olympiad at all before) and was curious what is the best way to go about this event?
I can't really find many practice tests and have no clue where to even begin studying- nevermind the lab part (how does that work?).
Any suggestions or anything?
ic3kreem wrote:Would chapter 3, 6, 8, 12, 14, 16 of this textbook cover all lf part a/b in the rules?
AllenWang314 wrote:On the event description it says: "For States and National tournaments: Resistance to fracture (Fracture toughness), Resistance to repetitive strain ..." etc. But it didn't say for "States and Nationals ONLY" (which it did for chemistry lab). So can these topics show up on invitationals tests?
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