|What did you do?
|Have you stated clearly what your objectives are?
|Why did you do this?
|What is the value of this problem/solution? What was your motivation?
|Has it been done before?
|If yes, are you doing it in a different way?
|What method did you use?
|Do you understand this method?
|Why this one?
|Why is this the most appropriate method?
|What are its limitations?
|How stable is this method?
|Are there other methods?
|Why are these not suitable?
|What did you discover?
|Is it what you expected to discover?
|How reliable is this?
|Was there only one test or were there many? Can the test/s be replicated?
|What are the implications?
|What does your discovery mean for your field of knowledge?
|Is this consistent?
|If not, why not?
|What is unresolved?
|There should be a loose end; there needs to be further investigation.
|What conclusions can you draw?
|You should draw strong conclusions; remember to judge previous work confidently and politely.