Research-aptitude questions set 29

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very Important research aptitude

 Question 1
When evaluating tests and assessments, reliability'' refers to asking ourselves which of the following questions?
 A Does it measure what it is supposed to measure? B Are there ways to avoid subjective judgments when measuring something? C Does it give consistent results? D Does it measure multiple constructs?
 Question 2
Validity of a test designed to measure a construct such as self-esteem is best described by which of the following?
 A Scores from the test correlate highly with most intelligence tests B Scores from the test correlate highly with most tests of different constructs C Scores from the test are not correlated with anything D Scores from the test have a relatively strong and positive correlation with other tests of the same construct (i.e., with other measures of self-esteem) but much lower correlations with tests of different constructs
 Question 3
the function of the president of a specific session in a seminar is
 A to maintain disciplines B to control the debate between speaker and audience C to coordinate the activities in that session D All of the above
 Question 4
the position of sample in survey method is
 A essential B partial C constant D hyper-constant
 Question 5
research conferences can be conducted at
 A national level B international level C regional level D All of the above
 Question 6
the constituents of the seminar are
 A president-chairman-workers B chairman and participants only C organizer-chairman-speakers and participants D none of the above
 Question 7
benefits of a conference is
 A guidance of new researchers B mutual exchange of ideas C development of democratic value D All of the above
 Question 8
the method of randomization is
 A lottery method B dice method C tippit's table of a regular members D all of the above
 Question 9
field of research borrowed the term workshop from
 A medical B management C engineering D cultivation
 Question 10
what opportunities does a seminar provided to the researcher
 A exchange of ideas B expressions of feelings C spontaneous learning D All of the above
 Question 11
the advantage of the sample is
 A time-saving B money-saving C energy-saving D all of these
 Question 12
which of the following is not the seminar
 A national seminar B international seminar C focal seminar D house-meeting
 Question 13
In organizing a workshop, the following cognitive objective is primarily included
 A to search the solutions for complicated problems B to discuss the socio-philosophical aspect of the research C to determine the research methodologies D all of the above
 Question 14
Personal interview is depends on
 A primary data B secondary data C Both A and B D none of the above
 Question 15
When the researcher lacks the quality of collection of the facts from social environment, such result will be called
 A A malicious research B an irrelevant research C A sophisticated research D Not a pure research
 Question 16
Which of the following is stated by Indian Constitution with regard to education of children of age 6 to 14 years
 A the state is responsible for free education to all such children B the states shall provide for education of all such children within 10 years C the states shall strive to provide education to all such children within a period of 10 years D all of the above
 Question 17
Which type of reliability refers to the consistency of a group of individuals' scores on two equivalent forms of a test designed to measure the same characteristic?
 A Split-half B Test-retest C Split-forms D Equivalent forms
 Question 18
Achievement tests are designed to measure the degree of learning that has taken place after a person has been exposed to a specific learning experience.
 A True B False
 Question 19
........ refers to how well the particular sample of behaviors used to measure a characteristic reflects the entire domain of behaviors that constitutes that characteristic
 A Construct validity evidence B Criterion-related validity evidence C Content validity evidence D Face validity evidence
 Question 20
Which of the following correlation describes variables are varying into opposite direction?
 A linear correlation B negative correlation C positive correlation D semantic correlation
 Question 21
What should be the number of questions in a questionnaire?
 A 5 B 15 C 20 D As small as possible keeping in view the purpose of the survey.
 Question 22
What is the reliability of Primary data?
 A Always more reliable compared to secondary data B Less reliable compared to secondary data C Depends on the care with which data have been collected D Depends on the agency collecting the data.
 Question 23
The only thing to be seen before using Secondary data is that they are
 A Reliable. B Adequate for the purpose in hand. C Representative. D All of the above
 Question 24
Which average is affected most by extreme observations?
 A Median B Mode C Arithmetic mean D Geometric mean.
 Question 25
Mode is
 A Middle most value. B Least frequent value. C Most frequent value. D Represents majority out of total frequency.
There are 25 questions to complete.