Submit your draft Results this week. In most cases, the draft Results will be no more that a paragraph, or 2 at most.

Begin the draft with indentation and provide a detailed description of what your expected results will be. For example, if you expect one group to perform better than the other on the variables you are measuring, then state so. You are to state your results such that they support your prediction. To determine significance in your data, identify the statistical test(s) that you will use to establish differences in performance. Also state the probability level at which this significance will be established. If you expect to do post hoc comparisons, identify the multiple comparisons test to be used and speculate on the results. Based on what you predict from your study, state whether your expected results will actually support your prediction and why.