Help with Maths Statistics coursework plan

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Hi, I'm in year 10 and studying statistics for a maths GCSE and I'm having trouble writing my coursework plan. I would ask my teacher but I find them to be no help at all.
My hypothesis is: Year 11's are better at estimating time compared to year 7's.

We were told to make a second hypothesis which is related to the first and something about trends?

I need to include stuff about sampling, ways to look at the data (e.g. box plots) then ways to present the data.
I'm sure I'm meant to include more but I'm seriously stuck! I don't know how to word it or anything!

Thank you so much for any help in advance (:
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