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B.ed Code 8604 Solved Quiz
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1. Surveys types

a) Three

b) Four

c) Eight

d) Six

2. One of the most important uses of a correlation is its potential use in

a) Causal inferences.

b) b. Determining differences between groups.

c) c. Enhancing internal validity.

d) d. The prediction of future events.

3. Non-directive depth interview is also called ______________.

a) Unguided interview

b) Guided interview

c) Panel interview

d) None of these

4. Which of the following is NOT a strength of experimental studies?

a) Replicability

b) Control of variables.

c) Establishment of causal links between variables.

d) Narrow definition of concepts.

5. Which is the method of determine the authenticity of data

a) external criticism

b) internal criticism

c) interview

d) observation

6. ___________ refers to inferring about the whole population based on the observations made on a small part.

a) Pseudo-inference

b) Objective inference

c) Inductive inference

d) Deductive inference

7. The study of past at very small scale is called

a) macro history

b) micro history

c) local history

d) oral history

8. Achievement tests are also known as……………

a) Tests of proficiency

b) Test of reliability

c) Test of accessibility

d) None of these

9. ………….. is a segment attached at the end of the thesis is called

a) Reference

b) Glossary

c) Bibliography

d) Appendix

10. ……………. Studies collect data form a number of cases at a particular period of time

a) Correlational

b) Casual comparative

c)       Experimental

d)      Survey

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11. The probability of selecting an item in probability sampling, from the population known and is

a)      Equal to one

b)      Equal to zero

c)       Non zero

d)      None of these

12. The ……………… scale measurement has a scale natural zero.

a)      Ratio

b)      Nominal

c)       Ordinal

d)      Interval

13. The eye witness accounts about past events are called

a)      Facts

b)      Preliminary sources

c)       Secondary sources

d)      Oral sources

14. Direct observation is a………….

a)      Data-gathering device

b)      Construction device

c)       Bothe a and b

d)      None of these

15.There are various types of research designs to obtain different types of information. What type of research is used to define problems and suggest hypotheses?

a)      Descriptive research

b)      Primary research

c)       Secondary research

d)      Causal research

16.      Which among the following is the benefit of using simple random sampling?

a)      The result are always representative

b)      Interviewers can choose respondents freely

c)        Informants can refuse to participates

d)      We can calculate the accuracy of the  results

17.      One of the most important uses of a correlation is its potential use in

a)      Causal inferences

b)      Determining differences between  groups

c)       Enhancing internal  validity

d)      The prediction of future events

18.      …………….. refers to inferring about the whole population based on the observations made on a small part

a)      Pseudo-inference

b)      Objective inference

c)       Inductive inference

d)      Deductive inference

19.      …………. Is used as methodology  for textual analysis

a)      Heuristics

b)      Hermeneutics

c)       Higher criticism

d)      Lower criticism

20.      Aptitude tests  seek to assess the level of …………….. that an individual can attain in some particular academic or vocational  fields

a)      Proficiency

b)      Achievement

c)       Reliability

d)      None of these

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21. Research is

a)      Searching again and again

b)      Finding solution to any problem

c)       Working in a scientific way to search for truth of any problem

d)      None of these

22.      A test is said to be ……………… ig it gives the same result at different occasions

a)      Valid

b)      Reliable

c)       Accessible

d)      None of these

23.      Which of the following is the first step in starting the research process

a)      Searching sources of  information to locate problem

b)      Survey of related literature

c)       Identification of problem

d)      Searching for solutions to the problem

23.   The essential qualities of a researcher are

a)      Spirit of free enquiry

b)      Reliance on observation and evidence

c)       Systematization or theorizing of knowledge

d)      All the above

24.   How many variables are tested at one time in a controlled experiment

a)      One

b)      Two

c)       Three

d)      Four

25.   A common test in research demands much priority on

a)      Reliability

b)      Useability

c)       Objectivity

d)      All of the above

26.   Sampling is advantageous as it

a)      Saves time

b)      Help in capital-saving

c)       Both a and b

d)      Increases  accuracy

27.   Research that is done to examine the findings of someone else using the “ same variables but different people” is which of the following?

a)      Exploration

b)      Hypothesis

c)       Replication

d)      Empiricism

28.   Report is often used to display the result of

a)      Experiment

b)      Investigation

c)       Inquiry

d)      All of these

29. Research process starts with

a)      Hypothesis

b)      Experiments to test hypothesis

c)       Observation

d)      All of these

30.   In report writing, the language used is to be

a)      Loudly

b)      Clear

c)       Whispers

d)      Ambiguous

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31.   …………… is a set of carefully  selected and ordered questions prepared by the researcher to seek factual information from respondents

a)      Questionnaire

b)      Interview

c)       Observation

d)      None of these

32.   Non directive depth interview  is also called

a)      Unguided interview

b)      Guided interview

c)       Panel interview

d)      None of these

33. The collection of memories and personal commentaries of a past incident is called

a)      oral history

b)      local history

c)       natural history

d)      national history

34.      ………………is the method of selection of subjects for the study

a)      Generalization

b)      Randomization

c)       Control of dependent variables

d)      None of these

35.      Historical criticism is the……of primary data.

a)      Assessment

b)      Generalization

c)       Evaluation

d)      all of the above

36.      Which one is NOT considered descriptive research?

a)      Case study

b)      Observation

c)       ANOVA

d)      Survey

37.      The difference between a statistic and the parameter is called:

a)      Non-random

b)      Probability

c)       Sampling error

d)      Random

38.      ……………….survey are collected through observations, questionnaires, interviews, standardized tests score cards, rating scales and other data gathering techniques.

a)      School Surveys

b)      Public Opinion Surveys

c)       Community Surveys

d)      Documentary Analysis

39. Rene Descartes is associated with which of the following approached to knowledge generation?

a)      Empiricism

b)      Rationalism

c)       Expert opinion

d)      None of the above

40.      There are various types of research designs to obtain different types of information. What type of research is used to define problems and suggest hypotheses?

a)      Descriptive Research

b)      Primary research

c)       Secondary research

d)      Causal research

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41.      A ______ is a subset of a _________.

a)      Sample, population

b)      Population, sample

c)       Statistic, parameter

d)      Parameter, statistic

42.   The group that receives the experimental treatment condition is the _____.

a)      Experimental group

b)      Control group

c)       Participant group

d)      Independent group

43.   ________ may provide the investigator unique situation that can be used to test hypotheses:

a)      Descriptive study

b)      Case study

c)       Historical study

d)      None of these

44.   Which is the best type of research approach for gathering causal information?

a)      Observational

b)      Informative

c)       Experimental

d)      Survey

45.   Causal comparative studies have some………….

a)      Limitation

b)      Delimitation

c)       Both a and b

d)      Nine of these

46.   The group that receives the experimental  treatment condition is  the………..

a)      Experimental group

b)      Control group

c)        Participant group

d)       Independent group

47.    Oldest and most often used device for obtaining information

a)      Questionnaire

b)      Interview

c)       Observation

d)      None of these

48.   An historian reached a broad conclusion on his work is called

a)      Theory

b)      Generalizations

c)       Conclusion

d)      Formula

49.   Historical criticism  is the ………… of primary data

a)      Assessment

b)      Generalization

c)       Evaluation

d)      All of the above

50.   The following is a step in the process of historical research

a)      Identifying a research topic

b)      Data

c)       Data collection

d)      All of the above

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