Research Aptitude MCQ Online Practice Test 40

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Research Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET

Question 1
The first step in formulating a problem is
A
Gathering of Data
B
Measurement
C
Statement of the problem
D
Survey
Question 2
Generally the method employed for generalization is
A
Lottery method
B
Tossing of a coin
C
Throwing a dice
D
All of the above
Question 3
The sources of a problem is
A
Historical records
B
The virgin areas of research
C
The conclusions whose testing of verifiability is still to be carried out
D
All of the above
Question 4
Which of the following is the researcher usually interested in supporting when he or she is engaging in hypothesis testing?
A
The alternative hypothesis
B
The null hypothesis
C
Both the alternative and null hypothesis
D
Neither the alternative or null hypothesis
Question 5
Which"scientific method" follows these steps: 1) observation/data, 2) patterns, 3) theory?
A
Top down
B
Inductive
C
Inductive
D
Deductive
Question 6
The non-equivalent comparison group design is a quasi-experimental design in which, for reasons of practicality, we cannot insure that the control and experimental groups are equivalent to each other when the experiment begins. The major interpretational difficulty imposed by this design is
A
Measuring whether the two groups are different from each other on the posttest
B
Deciding how much each group has gained
C
Determining when enough data points are collected
D
Being sure that any differences between groups at the end of the experiment are due to the independent variable's influence and not due to preexisting group differences
Question 7
The longitudinal approach of research deals with ........
A
Horizontal researches
B
Long-term researches
C
Short-term researches
D
None of the above
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