# Research-aptitude questions set 35

By | January 18, 2017

## very Important research aptitude

 Question 1
Under which of the following research method is not applicable?
 A Health care B Business C Government offices D Imaginary worlds
 Question 2
Which of the following is true about systematic sampling?
 A It is an effective method of generalization of data B It is a comprehensive method of sample selection C It is a simple method of sample selection D All of the above
 Question 3
Children should learn from nature is recommended by
 A Rabindra Nath Tagore B Mahatma Gandhi C Vivekananda D Dewey
 Question 4
Approximately what percentage of scores fall within one standard deviation of the mean in a normal distribution?
 A 34\% B 95\% C 99\% D 68%
 Question 5
The denominator (bottom) of the $z$-score formula is
 A The standard deviation B The difference between a score and the mean C The range D The mean
 Question 6
Let's suppose we are predicting score on a training posttest from number of years of education and the score on an aptitude test given before training. Here is the regression equation $Y = 25 + .5x..1 +10x..2$ where $x..1$ = years of education and $x..2$ = aptitude test score What is the predicted score for someone with 10 years of education and a aptitude test score of 5?
 A 25 B 50 C 35 D 80
 Question 7
Generally the format of research resembles with
 A a long essay B is synopsis C a writing technique D a report preparation method
 Question 8
When each member of a population has an equally likely chance of being selected, this is called
 A A nonrandom sampling method B A quota sample C A snowball sample D An Equal probability selection method
 Question 9
Which of the following techniques yields a simple random sample?
 A Choosing volunteers from an introductory psychology class to participate B Listing the individuals by ethnic group and choosing a proportion from within each ethnic group at random. C Numbering all the elements of a sampling frame and then using a random number table to pick cases from the table. D Randomly selecting schools, and then sampling everyone within the school.
 Question 10
Which of the following is the main quality of a good theory?
 A A theory that has survived attempts at falsification B A theory that is proven to be right C A theory that has been disproved D A theory that has been falsified
 Question 11
Which of the following is not a concept?
 A Leadership B Total Quality Management C Intelligence Quotient (IQ) D Human Resource Management
 Question 12
The aim of focused interview is
 A to take the response from the candidate from different of subjects B to take the response from the candidates from a specific subject C Both A and B D none of the above
 Question 13
which of the following statement regarding hypotheses is correct
 A hypotheses should have unlimited scope B hypotheses should not have relationship between variable C hypotheses would be limited in scope D All of the above
 Question 14
Suppose you're giving the suggestions in your research. What will be the top priority?
 A the difficulties you have faced during your research work B the limitation of your research work C the futuristic improvement to be carried out by other researchers D all of the above
 Question 15
which of the following is the step for preparation of the report
 A reference section-main body of the report-preliminary section B main body of the report-preliminary section-reference section C preliminary section-main body of the report-reference section D reference section-preliminary section-main body of the report
 Question 16
Which one of the following describes what takes place in the so-called PREPARATION stage of the creative process, as applied to the solution of a particular problem?
 A The problem is identified and defined. B All available information about the problem is collected. C An attempt is made to see if the proposed solution to the problem is acceptable D The person goes through some experience leading to a general idea of how the problem can be solved.
 Question 17
If a nominal scale is used, it is permissible to calculate which of the following statistics?
 A Mean B Range C Percentile D Mode
 Question 18
What is the first step in the research process?
 A Preliminary data collection B Problem definition C Theoretical framework D Define broad problem area
 Question 19
Which of the following is not true about stratified random sampling?
 A It involves a random selection process from identified subgroups B Proportions of groups in the sample must always match their population proportions C Disproportional stratified random sampling is especially helpful for getting large enough subgroup samples when subgroup comparisons are to be done D Proportional stratified random sampling yields a representative sample
 Question 20
Which of the following statements are true?
 A The larger the sample size, the greater the sampling error B The more categories or breakdowns you want to make in your data analysis, the larger the sample needed C The fewer categories or breakdowns you want to make in your data analysis, the larger the sample needed D As sample size decreases, so does the size of the confidence interval
 Question 21
The standard deviation is
 A The square root of the variance B A measure of variability C An approximate indicator of how numbers vary from the mean D All of the above
 Question 22
Hypothesis testing and estimation are both types of descriptive statistics.
 A True B False
 Question 23
A set of data organized in a participants(rows)-by-variables(columns) format is known as a data set.''
 A True B False
 Question 24
A graph that uses vertical bars to represent data is called a ........
 A Line graph B Bar graph C Scatter plot D Vertical graph
 Question 25
Which of the following formulae is used to determine how many people to include in the original sampling?
 A Desired sample size/Desired sample size + 1 B Proportion likely to respond/desired sample size C Proportion likely to respond/population size D Desired sample size/Proportion likely to respond
There are 25 questions to complete.