Use the volumetric pipet to transfer titrand to a new 125 mL flask and record the volume. Add indicator solution to flask of analyte and swirl.
Place paper under flask so that you can easily identify your end point and begin to consistently swirl the analyte. Take the initial volume of the buret and subtract it from the final volume of the buret to get the estimated volume of titrant to complete this titration.
Subtract 5 mL from the end point volume so you know where to slow down the next time you perform a titration on the same water sample. The first run through in titration is always a trial run. Repeat steps 3-13 but be sure to slow down the stop cock to a dribble when you arrive at the end point from the trial.