There are procedures to follow and timelines to be observed when submitting your work.
Make sure you are aware of all of them.
Introduction and methods details of relevant project background and hypothesis (including references) and a description of research methods including study design and proposed methods of statistical analysis. This is to be formatted according to the Instructions for Authors of an appropriate journal. This section is worth 20% of your final mark.
You should complete data collection and lab work four weeks prior to the report's due date.
For the Final Report, you combine (amended) Introduction and Methods with Abstract, Results, Discussion, expanded References, Figures and Figure Legends. The report is to be formatted to relevant journal requirements.. This part is worth 50% of your final mark.
At the end of the year, your supervisor grades your contribution to the project in the areas of your professional approach, attendance, communication and participation. Their evaluation comprises 30% of the year’s mark.