Breakdown your project into at least 25 meaningful, non-trivial activities. 2. Establish the precedence relationships 3. Estimate three times for each activity; calculate mean and variance for each. 4. Draw an AON network for your project. 5. Go through forward pass and backward pass calculations, get slacks. 6. Identify the critical path. 7. Calculate the mean and variance of the project completion time. 8. Find the probability of completing the project in 10% less time than the mean. 9. Write a treatise on crashing issues like developing a cost-duration activity graph, identifying the most appropriate activities that can be crushed, role of total indirect cost etc. You can use MS Project or any other project management software.