Research Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET
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The process of determining the reliability or accuracy of the information contained in the sources collected is known as ........
A hypothesis in educational research need not be
A compatible with well-attested theories and models.
Logically consistent and pertinent to the question under consideration.
Capable of establishing generalizations that can be applied in many areas of education or other fields.
None of the above .
A norm refers to
What is the importance of the correlation coefficient?
The fact that there is linear relationship between the correlated variables
The fact that it is one of the most valid measures of education
The fact that it allows one to determine the degree or strength of the association between two variables
The fact that it is a non-parametric method of statistical analysis.
Which of the following is NOT an example of projective tests?
Matching can be done when your independent variable is categorical or quantitative
If a nominal scale is used, it is permissible to calculate which of the following statistics?
The process of dealing with concerns over the authenticity of a source is referred to as
While defining the research problem, the researcher is not required to state
The scope of the problem.
The questions to be answered so as to make the problem clearer and more understandable.
The special terms used in the title mean
Personal and special interests the researcher has in the problem.
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