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Why is it important for scientists to make careful observations?

Why is it important for scientists to make careful observations?

Observation is essential in science. Scientists use observation to collect and record data, which enables them to construct and then test hypotheses and theories. These tools allow for more precise and accurate observations.

Is any study done carefully and based on observation is scientific?

Explanations based on supernatural forces, values or ethics can never be disproved and thus do not fall under the realm of science. Any study done carefully and based on observation is scientific. FALSE. Scientific explanations must be based on careful observations and the testing of hypotheses.

What process is being done when a scientist makes a prediction that can be tested?

Scientific hypotheses must be able to lead to predictions that can be tested. The process of the scientific method involves making conjectures (hypotheses), deriving predictions from them as logical consequences. Scientists then test hypotheses by conducting experiments or studies.

Is it too late to become a scientist?

It’s never too late to become a scientist – these stories show the variety of different paths taken into scientific career.

Is 35 too old to start a PhD?

Not too late at all! I started my MA/PhD program at 35. I should be able to finish my PhD around 41/42. Its never too late.

Is 26 too old to start a PhD?

1 Answer. In the US at least starting at 26 would still put you in one of the largest age groups. Looking at the data from the Council on Graduate Schools and the University of British Columbia, for example, one can see that there is a good range of Doctoral students in their 20s and 30s.

Is 30 too late for PhD?

True, it is never too late to advance your professional career or your personal fulfillment with a PhD. With two important caveats. First, you properly understand the time, cost, and job prospects. I started my PhD at 30, when I was working full time, not long married, and with a first child on the way.