## Research Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET

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Question 1 |

The most frequently used quasi-experimental design is the........ design.

Nonequivalent comparison-group | |

Interrupted time-series | |

Changing-criterion | |

Regression discontinuity |

Question 2 |

Which of the following statements is correct?

N is used for the number of cases or subjects in the sample | |

(Mew) is used for the mean of the total population | |

S is used for standard deviation of a sample | |

S is used for the standard deviation of the population. |

Question 3 |

........ is the failure to reject a false null hypothesis.

Type A error | |

Type I error | |

Type B error | |

Type II error |

Question 4 |

Conclusions from qualitative research are........

Less certain than from quantitative research | |

Seldom defensible | |

Of little practical use | |

Of descriptive value only |

Question 5 |

What should we do, if we want to reduce both the type-I and type II errors?

Reduce the size of the sample. | |

Decrease the level of significance | |

Increase the size of the sample | |

Increase the level of significance |

Question 6 |

Surveys on the basis of subject matter are of two types (1) Social survey and (2)........

Intensive Survey | |

Extensive Survey | |

Economic Survey | |

Deep survey |

Question 7 |

The elaboration of the variables in the theoretical framework addresses which type of questions?

Why we expect certain relationships to exist | |

How we expect certain relationships to exist | |

Both of the given questions | |

None of the given questions |

Question 8 |

The following cannot be located with the help of an Ogive

Median. | |

Decile. | |

Mode, | |

Quartile. |

Question 9 |

The use of the laws of probability to make inferences and draw statistical conclusions about populations based on sample data is referred to as........

Population statistics | |

Inferential statistics | |

Sample statistics | |

Descriptive statistics |

Question 10 |

A test of statistical significance indicates how confident the researcher is about

the interceder reliability of their structured interview schedule | |

passing their driving test | |

understanding the difference between bivariate and multivariate analysis | |

generalizing their findings from the sample to the population |

Question 11 |

The meaning of the definition of a problem is

To define the complex words in the problem and suggest their meaning in the light of the problem | |

To limit the problem in words | |

To present the definition of different authors related to problem | |

None of the above |

Question 12 |

" A tentative generalization" stated by

Good and Hatt | |

Lund berg | |

Emory | |

Orwell |

Question 13 |

Logic of induction is very close to

The logic of sampling | |

The logic of the controlled variable | |

The logic of observation | |

none of the above |

Question 14 |

What are the kinds of variables?

Continuous | |

Discrete | |

Both | |

None of the above. |

Question 15 |

What is the basis of collection of data?

Clarity | |

Stability | |

Flexibility | |

All of the above |

Question 16 |

The alternative hypothesis is also known as the

Null hypothesis | |

Optional hypothesis | |

Elective hypothesis | |

Research hypothesis |

There are 16 questions to complete.