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CWSF 2007 - Truro, Nova Scotia

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Hyang Sook - I am Hyang Sook Kim, and I came to Canada on 2005 June. It's been almost two years. When I decided to come to Canada was hard, but I know that it was a great decision. I wouldn’t think about science fair before came to Canada. I was too busy to learn the theories, so that I don’t have time to come up with ideas and experiment them. I liked science because once I understand the concepts and memorize those ones I could get a good mark. However from the science fair I realized that the memorization is not all the science. Even though there were too many works to do in the science fair but I enjoyed the work. After finish the regional science fair I was proud of myself that what my partner and I did in order to get a more accurate and precise result. Because I will get a major in the science, this science fair is worthy experience to me.
Ji-Sun - I'm an exchange student from South Korea. I live in Halifax for almost a year and a half but I'm still learning Canadian culture. I have a passion and a curiosity in everything. My favorite subjects are math and science. That's why I enjoy the school math league team. However, I'm not just a math person. My hobby is playing the flute and I'm involved in the school musical this year. I want to express my character by doing a lot of activities in Canada because I can show many aspects of myself. This is the first year that I participated in the Science Fair and I found this is a great experience and chance to show my creativity and passion in science. I'm pleased to have the chance to go to the Canada Wide Science Fair.

Hyang Sook Kim, Ji-Sun Kwon

The Visual Field of Men vs. Women
Division:Life Sciences / None
City:Timberlea, NS, Halifax, NS
School:Sir John A. Macdonald High School
Abstract:In order to determine the differences of visual Field between females and males, we tested 50 female and 50 male whose ages are between 15 and 19. Their visual field is calculated in four directions, based on the distance that they were able to see on our device. We observed that there are not major differences between females and males.