In the RESULTS of your report you make sense of what you have found. Here you not only present your findings but also talk about the possible reasons for those findings. Also, if your research approach was deductive, then here is where you accept or reject your hypothesis (based on your findings). In addition, in this section you should use your knowledge of the subject in order to make intelligent comments about your results.

Sometimes researchers use this section as a soapbox and talk about things that don't have anything to do with the research that they did. Don't fall into this trap. Make sure your comments are related to (and based on) your research. Do not go beyond your data. Also, as you report and interpret your findings, do not exaggerate or sensationalize them. Nor should you minimize them. A straightforward matter-of-fact style is probably best.