## very Important research aptitude

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Question 1 |

Discontinuous variable | |

Dependent variable | |

Independent variable | |

Intervening variable |

Question 2 |

An extraneous variable | |

A dependent variable | |

A data set | |

A constant |

Question 3 |

A path or course to be run | |

the subjects taught through school alone | |

collection of text content | |

all of the above |

Question 4 |

scientific behavior | |

scientific attitude | |

scientific thinking | |

scientific feeling |

Question 5 |

Simple random sampling | |

Systematic sampling | |

Proportional stratified sampling | |

Cluster sampling using the PPS technique |

Question 6 |

Snowball sampling | |

Quota sampling | |

Purposive sampling | |

They are all forms of nonrandom sampling |

Question 7 |

A large sample based on the convenience sampling technique | |

A small sample based on simple random sampling | |

A large sample based on simple random sampling | |

A small cluster sample |

Question 8 |

untested | |

minimum in number | |

sufficient in number | |

all of the above |

Question 9 |

Research technique | |

Qualitative technique | |

Funnel technique | |

Quantitative technique |

Question 10 |

primary and secondary sources | |

pure and applied sources | |

active and passive sources | |

none of the above |

Question 11 |

Simple random sampling | |

Systematic sampling | |

Quota sampling | |

Purposive sampling |

Question 12 |

Cluster sampling | |

Simple random sampling | |

Systematic sampling | |

Proportional stratified sampling |

Question 13 |

Every year | |

Every five years | |

Every ten years | |

Twice a year |

Question 14 |

Derik earned the highest score in science. | |

Erik completed his experiment faster than his classmates. | |

Edna's test score was higher than 50 percent of the class. | |

Tricia set up her laboratory equipment in five minutes. |

Question 15 |

handwritten manuscript only | |

the original writing of the authors | |

direct collection from the thesis | |

all of the above |

Question 16 |

The authenticity of the given content | |

insightful decision-making by the researcher | |

giving ornamental value to the research | |

it exhibits the great achievements of the research |

Question 17 |

Sample means | |

Sample correlations | |

Sample proportions | |

All of the above |

Question 18 |

99\% | |

95% | |

50\% | |

none of the above |

Question 19 |

The alternative hypothesis | |

The null hypothesis | |

Both the alternative and null hypothesis | |

Neither the alternative or null hypothesis |

Question 20 |

True | |

False |

Question 21 |

Sample means | |

Sample correlations | |

Sample proportions | |

All of the above |

Question 22 |

99\% | |

95% | |

50\% | |

none of the above |

Question 23 |

The alternative hypothesis | |

The null hypothesis | |

Both the alternative and null hypothesis | |

Neither the alternative or null hypothesis |

Question 24 |

a reliable test will have a certain degree of validity. | |

a valid test will have a certain degree of reliability. | |

a reliable test may be completely invalid and a valid test completely unreliable |

Question 25 |

research is not a process | |

research is not inactive | |

research is problem oriented | |

research is systematic |

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