I have an interview with a top company coming up in about 2 weeks. I intended to make a nice slide show reviewing a project that I carried out my senior year. However.... I noticed when I was reviewing my data I did not apply certain correction factors to account for my test set up. After applying the correction factors my data looked absolutely pathetic. So pathetic, that the results almost look completely unrealistic. In fact, the "corrected" results suggested that my project would have been completely unfeasible, when in fact it turned out very well. I am not sure what to do at this point. I do not want to go into that interview with no presentation. At the same time, I do not want to present bad or false information. For the record, I am comparing my test results to a computer simulated test.