Research aptitude set 12

By | September 9, 2017

Research Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET

Question 1
The sample study assumes
A
all the characteristics of sample are same as the population
B
the characteristics of sample are different from the population
C
there are characteristics which match the population
D
all of the above
Question 2
The measure which divides a distribution in ten equal parts is known as
A
Decile,
B
Percentile.
C
Deviation.
D
Quartile.
Question 3
The background of the Historical researches is
A
In the form of chronological sequence
B
In the form of historical data and facts
C
Both of the above
D
None of the above
Question 4
Which correlation co-efficient best explains the relationship between creativity and intelligence?
A
0
B
0. 5
C
0. 6
D
0. 3
Question 5
The polluted facts can lead to the birth of
A
Error free research
B
good research
C
human sorrows
D
polluted research
Question 6
What are the types of Descriptive Research?
A
Survey Test
B
Questionnaire Survey
C
Interview Survey
D
All of these.
Question 7
Which of the following is a function of theory?
A
Integrating and summarizing current knowledge
B
Making predictions
C
Explaining phenomena
D
All of the above are important functions of theory
Question 8
What is NOT the goal of scientific method of acquiring knowledge?
A
Prediction.
B
Explanation
C
Fact-finding
D
Control
Question 9
In which way does a ratio scale measurement differ from an interval measurement?
A
It measures larger or smaller scores on some underlying dimension.
B
It implies the existence of an absolute zero value.
C
It requires the mutual exclusivity of all cases.
D
It requires that exhaustiveness is applied to all observations.
Question 10
The main characteristic of scientific research is:
A
empirical
B
theoretical
C
experimental
D
all of the above
Question 11
Who is the real giant in the development of the theory of statistics?
A
Galton
B
R. A. Fisher.
C
Gauss
D
Bowley
Question 12
Hypotheses can be classified into
A
two broad divisions
B
five broad divisions
C
eleven broad divisions
D
three broad divisions
Question 13
The limitation of case-study is
A
It has subjectivity
B
It is difficult to formulate assumptions
C
It is difficult to employ complex statistical methods
D
All the above are correct
Question 14
One of the aims of the scientific method in research is to:
A
eliminate spurious relations
B
improve data interpretation
C
introduce new variables
D
confirm triangulation
Question 15
We review the relevant literature to know:
A
What is already known about the topic
B
What concepts and theories have been applied to the topic
C
Who are the key contributors to the topic
D
All of the above
Question 16
Generally research papers are presented abundantly in
A
Seminars
B
Journals
C
Symposiums
D
All of the above
There are 16 questions to complete.

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