Every FYP or FYT is unique. The goal may be to solve a problem, improve an old system, combine two or more concepts, create a game, experiment with various algorithms, etc. The type of FYP or FYT you choose will affect your reports' content, but in most cases it will not affect the report structure. Below is a recommended report section outline for each of the three FYP/FYT reports.
You do not need to delete any information from your Progress Report or Final Report unless it is no longer relevant to your project.
The design section is normally divided into several subsections (2.1.1, 2.1.2, etc.), and each design subsection normally maps back to one objective. However, you may have more than one design subsection related to a particular objective.
The implementation section is normally divided into several subsections (2.2.1, 2.2.2, etc.), and each implementation subsection normally maps back to one design subsection. However, you may have more than one implementation subsection related to a particular design subsection.
The testing section is normally divided into several subsections (2.3.1, 2.3.2, etc.), and each testing subsection normally with maps back to a particular implementation subsection or describes a particular type of testing.
The evaluation section is normally divided into several subsections (2.4.1, 2.4.2, etc.), and each evaluation subsection normally maps back to a particular objective.
The most important parts of the Proposal are usually the Introduction, Project Planning and References.
The Progress Report is the same as the Proposal, but it normally contains more details in Methodology.
The Final Report is the same as the Progress Report, but it normally contains more details in Methodology. It also has three unique features:
It has an Abstract that goes prior to the Table of Contents.