# Difference between revisions of "Presentation Structure on Research Day"

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## Revision as of 13:15, 19 June 2019

Each resident has 20 minutes for the entire project presentation. In general, this means:

- (1 minute - faculty introduction)
- 15 minutes - research presentation
- 5 minutes - judges' questions/comments and audience questions

- You should roughly estimate 1 minute per slide, depending on the density of your slides and the complexity of your project. This means approximately 12-15 slides (including title slide and thank you slide).

- The best way to find out how long your presentation is...is to practice it and time yourself after the second or third time through.