We believe that diversifying one's breadth of knowledge is an important facet of high school education, which is why we accept papers across disciplines:
From the world: “One of the most beautiful things about writing my thesis was realizing, afterward, why I wrote it. It is the story of my family in a lot of ways.” http://news.harvard.edu/…/story/2016/04/never-far-from-home/
From recent high school graduate and Questioz Researcher Raphael Morallo: Outside school, I am a musician at heart. I have been playing guitar for 6 years, bass for 4 years, and a bit of drums and piano for 2 years. Music is not only a wordless outlet for my most inner thoughts and emotions, but has also helped me create meaningful friendships and the confidence to become a performer. This paper: http://www.questioz.com/articles/correlation-between-music-preferences-and-career-plans-high-school-research was written during Senior year, when everyone was talking about their futures. University and career plans became the hottest topics that school year because of how close we were to our professional lives. With those two themes in mind, I thought to myself, “Wouldn’t it be interesting to find out it all engineers listened to the same music? Or if all Taylor Swift fans would become businesspeople?” Those questions kept pouring in, and in no time, I found myself a research project.