How do I change the Award level of a project?

How do I change the Award level of a project?

If your students have done more or less work than you anticipated on their project, you may wish to enter them for a higher or lower Award level.

If you have already created the project online yourself, contact CREST Support to change the Award level. Please mention the project ID in your message.

Find your project id for Discovery and Bronze projects:

Find your project id for Star, SuperStar, Silver and Gold projects:





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