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Teaching and Research - NET Paper 1

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1. A magazine printed a survey in its monthly issue and asked readers to fill it out and send it in. Over 1000 students did so. This type of sample is called:

a) A cluster sample

b) A self-selected sample

c) A stratified sample

d) A simple random sample

2. If the purpose of the research is for theory building, then it is a:

a) Action Research

b) Historical Research

c) Fundamental Research

d) Applied Research

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What is Hypothesis? (Part 1 of 2) 13 Types of Hypothesis (Null & Alternative)

Dr. Manishika Jain in this lecture explains the meaning of hypothesis and 13 major types of research hypothesis

3. The list of titles-books, research reports, articles, papers, etc. , that may or may not have been referred to in the text of the research report is known as:

a) References

b) Footnotes

c) Bibliography

d) Appendices

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Teaching and Research - NET Paper 1

Dr. Manishika Jain in this video explains difference between Bibliography vs. Reference vs. Work Cited

4. Identify the unethical practice of a researcher from the following:

a) Avoiding Plagiarism

b) Avoiding Duplication

c) Avoiding Reliable Information

d) Avoiding Manipulation

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5. Snowball sampling technique is a:

a) Probability sampling technique

b) Non-probability sampling technique

c) Both Probability and Non-probability sampling technique

d) Not a sampling technique

6. In constructivist approach, learner is viewed as:

a) Responding being

b) Evolving being

c) Emotional being

d) Exploring being

7. When each unit of a population has an equal likelihood of being selected, the method of sampling is called:

a) A non-random sampling

b) A quota sampling

c) A snowball sampling

d) A random sampling

8. A researcher wants to study the future of an institute. For the study which tool is most appropriate for him/her?

a) Questionnaire

b) Observation

c) Interview

d) Rating scale

9. Hypothesis cannot be started in:

a) Null and question form

b) Declarative terms

c) General terms

d) Directional form

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What is Hypothesis? (Part 1 of 2) 13 Types of Hypothesis (Null & Alternative)

Dr. Manishika Jain in this lecture explains the meaning of hypothesis and 13 major types of research hypothesis

10. Practitioners such as teachers, counsellors and other professionals attempt to find solutions to some issues in a systematic manner. This is known as:

a) Action Research

b) Basic Research

c) Applied Research

d) Development Research

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