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SECOND QUARTER EXAM in Practical Research 2

School Year 2022-2023


Name: _______________________________________ Date:____________________

 

Grade &Section:_______________________________ Score:___________________

 

General Directions: Read the following questions thoroughly and choose the correct answer from the given choices. Write legibly the LETTER of your correct answer on the blank provided before each number.



______1. What research design aims to determine a cause from already existing effects?

                A. Descriptive Research Design              C. Quasi-Experimental Research

                B. Correlational Research Design            D. Ex Post Facto


______2. What research design is often conducted in a controlled setting with corresponding research treatment?

                A. Correlational                                       C. Survey Research

                B. Ex post facto                                       D. Experimental


______3. What is the suited research design for this research title, “The Effects of Twitter on the Communication Etiquette of Students”?

                A. Correlational                                      C. Experimental

                B. Ex post facto                                      D. Descriptive


______4. Mr. Canuc would like to know further the type of social media used between the male and female SHS students of East Pagat National High School. What is the appropriate research design to be used in his study?

               A. Quasi-Experimental                           C. Experimental

               B. Correlational                                      D. Descriptive


______5. What is the difference between quasi-experimental research and experimental research?

                A. Only one dependent variable is used in quasi-experimental research, while multiple    

                     dependent variables can be used in quasi-experimental research.

                B. Intact groups are used in experimental, while quasi-experimental randomly assigned 

                     individuals into groups.

                C. The researcher controls the intervention in the experimental group, but not X

                     quasi-experimental research.

                D. Participants for groups are randomly selected in experimental, but not 

                    quasi-experimental research.


______6. What sampling technique is used when the researcher would like to consider giving an equal chance to the member of the accessible population being selected as part of the study?

                A. Simple Random Sampling                 C. Systematic Sampling

                B. Stratified Sampling                             D. Cluster Sampling


______7. When can we consider a research sample as the “best”?

               A. Representative of the population        C. Conveniently represented

               B. Systematically chosen                         D. Purposely selected


______8. What is the main objective of using stratified random sampling?

               A. sample was chosen proportionately drawn from the different categories of the 

                  population

              B. sample is taken from an accessible population than the target population

              C. every individual will be given an equal chance to be selected

              D. those who will possibly respond to treatment are chosen


______9. What is the sampling method used in the given situation?

Teacher Joan wants to know if the new learning modalities of the school effects on the academic performance of students in the science curriculum. He took the list of students and selected every 8th name in each class list as participant.

               A. Stratified Random Sampling                 C. Systematic Random Sampling

               B. Simple Random Sampling                     D. Cluster Sampling


______10. What is the type of validity when an instrument produces results similar to those of another instrument that will be employed in the future?

                 A. Predictive Validity                               C. Content Validity

                 B. Criterion Validity                                 D. Face Validity


______11. What is the type of reliability when measured by administering two tests identical in all aspects except the actual wording of items?

                  A. Internal Consistency Reliability         C. Equivalent Forms Reliability

                  B. Test-retest reliability                          D. Inter-rater Reliability


______12. The Ability Test has been proven to predict the writing skills of Senior High School students. What type of test validity is shown in the example?

                 A. Construct Validity                               C. Content Validity

                 B. Criterion Validity                                 D. Face Validity


______13. What common scaling technique consists of several declarative statements that express viewpoint on a topic?

                  A. Semantic Differential Scale               C. Observation Checklist

                  B. Completion Type                                D. Likert Scale


______14. What statistical technique purposes to test the relationship between two continuous variables?

                  A. T-Test for two dependent samples    C. Chi Square Test

                  B. T-Test for independent samples        D. Pearson’s r


______15. What statistical technique should be used for this research question, “Is there a significant difference between the pretest and posttest scores of learners in reading comprehension test?”

                 A. T-Test for two dependent samples    C. Chi Square Test

                 B. T-Test for independent samples        D. Pearson’s r


______16. What is the aim Ex post facto research design?

                  A. Determine a cause from already existing effects.

                  B. Establish cause and effect relationship

                  C. Observe and describe a phenomenon

                  D. Identify association among variables


______17. “Effects of Type of Music to Aesthetic Performance of Ballet Dancers”, what is the appropriate research design for the given title?

                   A. Correlational                                    C. Survey Research

                   B. Descriptive                                       D. Experimental

______18. Mr. Canuc would like to know further the type of social media used between the male and female SHS students of East Pagat National High School. What is the appropriate research design to be used in his study?

                  A. Quasi-Experimental                        C. Correlational

                  B. Experimental                                   D. Descriptive


______19. Based on item number 3, what appropriate statistical test should Mr. Canuc used to answer his research problem?

                 A. T-test for two dependent samples    C. Chi-square

                 B. Spearman’s rho                                D. ANOVA


______20. Which of the following statements is true about the conduct of experimental research?

                  A. There is no random assignment of individuals.

                  B. Individual subjects are randomly assigned.

                  C. Groups are exposed to presumed cause.

                  D. Intact groups are used.


______21. What is the difference between quasi-experimental research and experimental research?

                 A. Only one dependent variable is used in quasi-experimental research, while multiple 

                      dependent variables can be used in quasi-experimental research.

                B. Intact groups are used in experimental, while quasi-experimental randomly assigned 

                      individuals into groups.

                C. Participants for groups are randomly selected in experimental, but not 

                    quasi-experimental research.

                D. The researcher controls the intervention in the experimental group, but not 

                      quasi-experimental research.


______22. Why would a researcher choose to use Simple Random Sampling as a sampling technique?

                  A. To consider giving equal chance to the member of accessible population being 

                       selected as part of the study.

                  B. To make sure that all subcategories of the population are represented in the 

                       selection of sample.

                  C. To group the entire population into clusters since the location of the samples are 

                        widely spread.

                  D. To systematically choose samples from a given list of individuals.


______23. When can we consider a research sample as "best?"

                  A. Representative of population          C. conveniently represented

                  B. Systematically chosen                    D. purposely selected


______24. Given that your study will use stratified random sampling, wherein population of your scope is 250 with a computed sample size of 152, how many samples for each stratum will you have if group 1 has 92, group 2 has 86, and group 3 has 72 population?

                  A. Group 1 = 52, Group 2 = 54, Group 3 = 46

                  B. Group 1 = 56, Group 2 = 45, Group 3 = 51

                  C. Group 1 = 52, Group 2 = 52, Group 3 = 44

                  D. Group 1 = 54, Group 2 = 56, Group 3 = 41


______25. What type of reliability is measured by administering two tests identical in all aspects except the actual wording of items?

                  A. Internal Consistency Reliability      C. Test-retest reliability

                  B. Equivalent Forms Reliability           D. Inter-rater Reliability

______26. What type of validity is when an instrument produces results similar to those of another instrument that will be employed in the future?

                 A. Predictive Validity                           C. Criterion Validity

                 B. Face Validity                                   D. Content Validity


______27. The Ability Test has been proven to predict the mathematical skills of Senior High School students. What type of test validity is shown in the example?

                  A. Construct Validity                          C. Content Validity

                  B. Criterion Validity                            D. Face Validity


______28. What indicator of a good research instrument when items are arranged from simple to complex?

                  A. Easily Tabulated                           C. Valid and Reliable

                  B. Sequential                                    D. Concise


______29. What is the purpose of Pearson’s r as a statistical technique? To test the

                  A. Difference between sets of data from different groups.

                  B. Difference between two sets of data from one group.

                  C. Degree of effect research intervention or treatment.

                  D. Relationship between two continuous variables.


______30. What statistical technique should be used for this research problem, “You would like to determine the differences between the opinions of men and women on the COVID – 19 local government response?”

                   A. T-Test for two dependent samples C. Two-way Chi-square

                   B. T-Test for independent samples     D. Pearson’s r


______31. What data collection method involves tracking of changes during specified time period?

                  A. Questionnaire                                  C. Interview

                  B. Observation                                     D. Test


______32. Which of the following is defined as an action that the researcher will do to obtain appropriate data?

                  A. Data Interpretation                          C. Data Collection

                  B. Data Manipulation                           D. Data Analysis


______33. Which of these methods is the most expensive way to collect data per respondent?

                  A. Personal                                         C. Phone Call/Text

                  B. Online                                             D. Postal


______34. The following are guidelines before conducting an interview. Which one is not?

                  A. Check if your recording device worked well throughout the interview.

                  B. Choose a comfortable venue with the least number of distractions.

                  C. Prepare and rehearse your interview guide.

                  D. Decide on the duration of the interview.


______35. Which of the following should not be part of the informed consent form?

                  A. Name of Researchers and the Institution affiliated with

                  B. Name of Participants and the Institution affiliated with

                  C. Anonymity of the participants and their responses

                  D. Title of the study and purpose of the study


______36. Participant observation can be performed covertly. What does it imply?

                  A. Participants are not aware of the purpose of the observation.

                  B. Participants are aware of the purpose of the observation.

                 C. Participants are unmindful of the result of the research.

                 D. Participants are aware of the result of the research.


______37. Which of the following data processing techniques refers to ordering the data into a table?

                 A. Arrangement                                   C. Editing      

                 B. Tabulation                                        D. Coding


______38. Which correlation is the strongest?

                  A. -1.0                                                C.-0.6

                  B. +.80                                               D. +0.5


______39. Which graph uses vertical bars to represent data?

                  A. Vertical graph                                C. Line graph    

                  B. Pie chart                                        D. Bar chart


______40. In a two-tailed test, which should be rejected when the test value falls in any of the two critical regions?

                   A. Alternative hypothesis                  C. Type I error

                   B. Null hypothesis                             D. Type II error


______41. In which of the following situation does a Type I error occurs?

                  A. The null hypothesis is accepted when it is false.

                  B. The null hypothesis is accepted when it is true.

                  C. The null hypothesis is rejected when it is false.

                  D. The null hypothesis is rejected when it is true.


______42. Which of the following is true about the significance level?

                  A. It measures the probability of rejecting a correct null hypothesis.

                  B. It is set after a statistical test is conducted.

                  C. It is always set at 0.05.

                  D. It results in a p-value.


______43. When does a positive correlation occurs?

                  A. When one variable goes up, and the other goes down.

                  B. When two variables move in opposite directions.

                  C. When two variables move in the same direction.

                  D. When two variables remain constant.


______44. What is the decision that you will make if the p-value is lower than the alpha level?

                  A. Do not accept the null hypothesis.

                  B. Do not reject the null hypothesis

                  C. Accept the null hypothesis.

                  D. Reject the null hypothesis.


______45. Which of the following is an unethical practice in research?

                  A. Informing participants that they are free to backout at any time

                  B. Requiring the participants to continue until the study is done

                  C. Assuring participants of confidentiality of gathered data

                  D. Securing informed consent


______46. Which of the following is not considered part of descriptive statistic values? 

                  A. Standard deviation                          C. Pearson’s r    

                  B. Variance                                          D. Mean


______47. What kind of correlation exists when two variables have no relationship with each other?

                  A. Strong Negative Correlation            C. Negative Correlation 

                  B. Strong Positive Correlation              D. No Correlation


______48. Which one of the following is an advantage of using questionnaire?

                  A. It can encourage the participants to be open to the researchers since their identity 

                       can be made anonymous.

                  B. Some participants will not be able to complete the required responses

                  C. Questionnaires may lack depth of answers from participants.

                  D. Some will not be able to return the questionnaire on time.


______49. A study is conducted to determine the relationship between the time spent in studying and scores in a quarterly exam among 100 students of GRSHS-X. The result shows a correlational value of 0.98. What is the interpretation of this obtained result?

                  A. The amount of time spent on studying is strongly associated with the score in a 

                       quarterly exam.

                  B. The amount of time spent on studying is not associated with the score in a quarterly 

                       exam.

                 C. The score in a quarterly exam is moderately associated with the amount of time 

                      spent on studying.

                 D. The score in a quarterly exam is negatively associated with the amount of time spent  

                       on studying. 

 

______50. Which of these is not a method of data collection? 

                  A. Questionnaires                                 C. Experiments

                  B. Observations                                    D. Interviews


______51. A correlation coefficient enables you to:

                  A. Quantify the strength of the relationship between variables.

                  B. Evaluate whether two variables measure the same values.

                  C. Measure the difference between two quantities

                  D. Establish whether the data is exact.


______52. What is the outcome when you reject the null hypothesis when it is false?

                  A. Incorrect decision                             C. Type I Error

                  B. Correct decision                               D. Type II Error


______53. Which of the following is a graph that uses a line to represent data?

                  A. A vertical graph                                C. A line graph

                  B. A pie chart                                        D. A bar chart


______54. Which of the following is not necessary when preparing your data analysis?

                  A. Create a conclusion after gathering your data.

                  B. Encode and organize your data for analysis.

                  C. Prepare your research instruments.

                  D. Begin gathering your data.


______55. Which correlation is the weakest among the four?

                  A. -1.0                                                  C.-0.6 

                  B. +.80                                                 D. +0.5


______56. Which of the following statistical technique uses rankings instead of actual values in computing the correlational values between two sets of data? 

                   A. Analysis of Variance                       C. Pearson’s r

                B. Spearman’s Rho                                D. t-test



______57. What observational role is evident if an observer is known and recognized by the participants as part of their group or community but has limited interaction with them? 

                  A. Observer as participant                  C. Complete observer

                  B. Participant as observer                  D. Complete participant 


______58. What is a questionnaire? 

                  A. It is a tool for data interpretation.   C. It is a tool for data collection. 

                  B. It is a tool for data evaluation.        D. It is a tool for data analysis.


______59. What does practical implication means?

                  A. The reality that would happen if certain situations are satisfied

                  B. The vague imagery of your research

                  C. The useful ways of doing things

                  D. Implies a good practice


______60. Which of the following parts of a research paper should be in the concluding part of the research paper?

                  A. Summary of research methodology, scope and limitations, and recommendations.

                  B. Summary of research methodology, conclusions, and recommendations.

                  C. Summary of findings, research methodology, and recommendations.

                  D. Summary of findings, conclusion, and recommendations.


______61. Which of the following statements best describes a conclusion?

                  A. makes logical connections between the various parts of the arguments starting from the hypotheses

                  B. discuss the results and limitations about the topic under study

                  C. discuss the methodology of the study

                  D. discuss relevant literature


______62. Which of the following contents of the summary of findings is considered as the most important?

                 A. Research findings from which the conclusion will be derived.

                 B. Brief restatement of the research methodology.

                 C. List of research questions and hypothesis.

                 D. Overall research problem of the study.


______63. Which of the following statements is addressed or answered by your research conclusion?

                 A. Every research inquiry you have in your research study.

                 B. The queries of the previous researchers.

                 C. The questions of the field experts.

                 D. The hesitations of the researcher.


______64. In presenting the conclusion of the study, what should be the guide of the researcher?

                  A. Scope and Delimitation of the Study C. Methodology of the Study

                  B. Research Questions of the Study      D. Statistical Tests Used


______65. What is the purpose of the theoretical implications in your conclusion part of the research study? 

                  A. reflect how literature presented supports or contrasts the findings 

                  B. reflect the results and findings based on reality 

                  C. be indicated in your recommendations 

                 D. be an important theory


______66. Which of the following parts of the research paper refers to the brief restatement of the overall components of the study?

                  A. Recommendations of the Study             C. Summary of Findings

                  B. Conclusion of the Study                         D. Abstract of the Study


______67. Which of the following parts of the research paper answers the research questions of the study?

                  A. Recommendations of the Study              C. Limitations of the Study

                  B. Conclusion of the Study                          D. Abstract of the Study


______68. In writing the recommendations, where should the researcher based its suggestions?

                  A. Conceptual Framework of the Study       C. Summary of Findings of the Study

                  B. Scope and Delimitation of the Study        D. Conclusions of the Study


______69. Which of the following suggestions should you use in writing your conclusion?

                   A. A clear and simple language.                 C. High jargon sentences

                   B. Mathematical symbols.                           D. Highfalutin words.


______70. Which of the following parts of the research paper serves as a practical suggestion for future researchers?

                  A. Recommendations of the Study              C. Summary of Findings

                  B. Conclusion of the Study                          D. Abstract of the Study


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