Research Aptitude MCQ Online Practice Test 26

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Research Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET

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Question 1
What is a relationship between the literature survey and the theoretical framework?
A
Provides a solid foundation for developing the latter
B
Literature survey helps in the identification of the relevant variables
C
The theoretical framework explains the theory underlying these relations
D
All of the given options
Question 2
Which of the following scales can measure the Temperature?
A
Nominal scale
B
Ordinal scale
C
Interval scale
D
All of the given options
Question 3
If we took the 500 people attending a school in New York City, divided them by gender, and then took a random sample of the males and a random sampling of the females, the variable on which we would divide the population is called the ........
A
Independent variable
B
Dependent variable
C
Stratification variable
D
Sampling variable
Question 4
Randomization of test units is a part of ........
A
Pretest
B
Posttest
C
Matching
D
Experiment
Question 5
Data means
A
Facts.
B
Observations,
C
Truths.
D
Marks obtained.
Question 6
Causal-comparative studies are classified under
A
Experimental research.
B
Descriptive research.
C
Historical research.
D
Developmental research.
Question 7
Which type of question is most likely to be used when the researcher is just starting to explore what people think about a particular topic?
A
Closed-ended
B
Open-ended
C
Structured
D
Semi structured
Question 8
Followings are the advantages of secondary data except
A
Non-Reactivity
B
Selective survival
C
Low cost
D
Spontaneity
Question 9
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
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