Physics lab report format example shows the guidelines you have to follow to create a similar lab report for your physics project. Writing a lab report is the only way your teacher will know what you have done during your lab and how well you have understood the process. PArt of your lab experience should be learning how to organize and present your work scientifically. No framework can be used as a "one size fits all," but the American Psychological Association has laid down some important guidelines that should be used to create your physics lab reports. As suggested in the lab report example below, your report should include Objective, Method, Data, Data Analysis, Uncertainty & Error, and Conclusion.