Social Work MCQs (Most Important and Expected) for Competitive Exams-Practice Set 12

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Q. Understanding and putting back the same to the client in the counsellor՚s own words, from the perspective of the counsellor is known as:

A) Summarising

B) Paraphrasing

C) Echoing

D) Mirroring

Q. The state in which the counsellor identifies with the client and converses as if the client was someone from the past is known as

A) Displacement

B) Counter transference

C) Relationship

D) Regression

Q. Among the following, which essentially has to be


A) Counselling

B) Guidance

C) Psychotherapy

D) Motivation

Q. The approach in which the therapist regards the individual՚s feelings as subjective, attends to the same and allows the client to express his emotions freely, “here and now” is:

A) Psychoanalytic

B) Behavioural

C) Humanistic

D) Gestalt

Q. The approach in counselling in which problems are presumed to be caused by irrational beliefs (globalisms) is:

A) Transactional Analysis

B) Personal Construct

C) Gestalt

D) Cognitive

Q. The principle that mandates the counsellor to mean what he says is the principle of

A) Individualisation

B) Empathy

C) Availability

D) Genuineness

Q. SOLER Principles in the context of attending to clients, was formulated by:

A) Gerard Egan

B) JB Watson

C) Viktor Frankl

D) Albert Ellis

Q. Hypothesis is inevitable for which type of research?

A) Exploratory research

B) Descriptive research

C) Experimental research

D) Action research

Q. Which of the following is a type of research carried out by professionals to answer questions they have and to specifically help them solve practical problems?

A) Action research

B) Basic research

C) Predictive research

D) Explanatory research

Q. Which among the following is positional average?

A) Arithemetic Mean

B) Median

C) Mode

D) Harmonic Mean

Q … is a characteristic that can take on different values or categories.

A) A constant

B) A variable

C) A cause-and-effect relationship

D) A descriptive relationship

Q. A variable that is presumed to influence another

variable is called

A) A Categorical variable

B) A Dependent variable

C) An Independent variable

D) An Intervening variable

Q. All of the following are common characteristics of experimental research except:

A) It relies primarily on the collection of numerical data

B) It can produce important knowledge about cause and effect

C) It uses the deductive scientific method

D) It rarely is conducted in a controlled setting or environment

Q. The most frequently occurring number in a set of values is called the

A) Mean

B) Median

C) Mode

D) Range

Q. Which correlation is the strongest?

A) + 0.10

B) -0.95

C) + 0.90

D) -1.00

Q. Which among the following is the simplest form of measurement?

A) Interval

B) Nominal

C) Ordinal

D) Ratio

Q. Which of the following is not a method of data collection?

A) Questionnaires

B) Interviews

C) Experiments

D) Observations