The final step to the scientific method is to conclude all the date, observations, and findings you've made. Now, this is when you actually determine whether or not your hypothesis was right or not. If it was, then you've made a correct hypothesis. If it wasn't, then determine how what you guessed was wrong. Think about what was actually correct.
The fourth step of the scientific method is to analyze the data you have collected from conducting your experiment. This will help you understand what the result of your investigation was and if your hypothesis was correct or not. This will be done by using observations as in the two types of observations. A qualitative observation is an observation made using your five senses and a qualitative observation is an observation made using measurements.
The third step to the scientific method is to experiment. Now, an experiment doesn't have to be filled with chemicals and such, it can be anything. If you're testing the independent and dependent variable of your hypothesis, then that's all that matters. This is an investigation to prove whether or not your hypothesis was right or wrong. The independent variable is the variable that you will change purposely throughout the experiment. The dependent variable is the variable that is dependant on, or the result, of the independent variable.
The second step to the scientific method is to form a hypothesis. Yoru hypothesis must be testable (preferably made into a 'what if?' statement. Your hypothesis should include what you think the turn out of the experiment will be. Your hypothesis must include an independent and dependent variable, as in the variables in the experiment/question, in order to be a proper A hypothesis does not have to be 'correct' when the experiment is over, but if it's not, think about what's different about the actual turn our and your hypothesis.
The scientific method is a list of steps to follow in order to answer certain questions. There are seven steps to the scientific method and the scientist (whoever it may be who's asking the question) must follow them.
The first step to the scientific method is to ask yourself a testable question, whether it's about your everyday life or not.