UGC NET Paper-1 Previous Year Questions on Research Aptitude - June 2007

1. To test null hypothesis, a researcher uses:
(A) t test
(C) X2
(D) factorial analysis

2. A research problem is feasible only when:
(A) it has utility and relevance
(B) it is researchable
(C) it is new and adds something to knowledge
(D) all the above

3. Bibliography given in a research report:
(A) shows vast knowledge of the researcher
(B) helps those interested in further research
(C) has no relevance to research
(D) all the above

4. Fundamental research reflects the ability to:
(A) Synthesize new ideals
(B) Expound new principles
(C) Evaluate the existing material concerning research
(D) Study the existing literature regarding various topics

5. The study in which the investigators attempt to trace an effect is known as:
(A) Survey Research
(B) 'Ex-post Facto' Research
(C) Historical Research
(D) Summative Research

6. A ratio represents the relation between:
(A) Part and Part
(B) Part and Whole
(C) Whole and Whole
(D) All of the above

7. Out of four numbers, the average of the first three numbers is thrice the fourth number. If the average of the four numbers is 5, the fourth number is:
(A) 4.5
(B) 5
(C) 2
(D) 4

8. Circle graphs are used to show:
(A) How various sections share in the whole?
(B) How various parts are related to the whole?
(C) How one whole is related to other wholes
(D) How one part is related to other parts?

9. Which of the following methods will you choose to prepare choropleth map of India showing urban density of population:
(A) Quartiles
(B) Quintiles
(C) Mean and SD
(D) Break - point

10. Which of the following methods is best suited to show on a map the types of crops being grown in a region?
(A) Choropleth
(B) Chorochromatic
(C) Choroschematic
(D) Isopleth



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