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Republic of the Philippines d.

Out of 100 college students, 90


Department of Education find textbooks beneficial to their
Region VIII-Eastern Visayas studies.
Division of Calbayog City
Tinambacan II District _______ 6. Which of the following best describes
SAN JOAQUIN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL quantitative research?
Calbayog City
a. The collection of non-numerical
data
MIDTERMS EXAMINATION
PRACTICAL RESEARCH 2 b. An attempt to confirm the
researchers hypotheses
c. Research that is exploratory
DIRECTION: Read the questions carefully and d. Research that attempts to
write the letter of the correct answer on the space generate a new theory
provided.
_______ 7. Why is research important to life?
_______ 1. It is a scientific, experimental or a. Research has the potential for
inductive manner of thinking. providing quality life.
a. Inquiry b. Research b. Research assesses individual
c. Investigation or groups plan of actions as
d. Survey bases for accurate inventions
and decisions in life.
_______ 2. Arrange the following according to its c. Research helps professionals
proper sequence: deliver quality education
1. Drawing conclusions services.
2. Formulating hypotheses d. All of the above
3. Identifying the topic or
problem
4. Making theories _______ 8. The following are the importance of
5. Gathering data quantitative research, which one is not?
6. Analyzing data a. it is useful in obtaining an
a. 6-5-4-3-1-2 objective understanding of people, things, places
b. 3-2-5-2-6-1 and events in this world
c. 3-5-2-4-6-1 b. it enables people to study their
d. 3-5-4-2-6-1 surroundings as objective as they can
c. it is use in obtaining information
_______ 3. People inclined to doing a quantitative about specified personality traits of a group
research wants to discover truth in ______. member or of the group as a whole.
a. exact manner b. a careful d. none of the above
way c. an indirect way
d. a personal way _______ 9. What is the dependent variable in the
following statement? If people are put in groups,
_______ 4. Some think of quantitative research as then they will be less likely to help a stranger than
complex because of its use of _________. when they are by themselves.
a. hypotheses b. numerical a. Group size (group or individual)
data c. factual data b. Likelihood to help a stranger
d. Theories c. The participants
d. The researcher
_______ 5. A quantitative research presents
research findings in this manner. _______ 10. What sort of variable is manipulated
a. Many prefer to study with by the researcher?
textbooks. a. Dependent
b. Students find textbooks b. Independent
indispensable or necessary. c. Co-dependent
c. Perhaps, 30% consider d. All variables are manipulated by
textbook unnecessary in their the researcher.
studies.
_______ 11. Which of the following includes required to arrive at the design and implementation
examples of quantitative variables. of feasible solutions and the results achieved.
a. Age, temperature, income, a. scope and delimitation
height b. background of research
b. Grade point average, anxiety c. written statement of the problem
level, reading performance d. benefits and beneficiaries of the
c. Gender, religion, ethnic group study
d. Both a and b
_______ 18. A danger in relying on secondary
_______ 12. What is the purpose of doing sources for research information is that
research? a. the information provided may not
a. to identify problem be up-to-date
b. to find the solution b. the author of the secondary
c. Both a and b source may have misinterpreted the described
d. none of these research
c. secondary sources tend not to
_______ 13. ____________is the systematic provide enough detail about the studies they
empirical investigation of phenomena via describe
statistical, mathematical, or computational d. all of the above
techniques.
a. qualitative researchb. _______ 19. Why is primary sources often more
quantitative research c. hypotheses d. theory valuable to a researcher than a secondary
sources?
_______ 14. It summarizes the main idea or ideas a. it gives general information about
of your study. It contains the fewest possible words a particular topic
needed to adequately describe the content and/or b. it reviews relevant literature
purpose of your research paper. What is it? c. it provides detailed information
a. Research Title about all aspects of a study
b. Research Methods d. it synthesizes the results from a
c. Research Design number of studies
d. Research Questions
_______ 20. Conducting a literature review before
_______ 15. The following parameters can be you design a research study can
used to help you formulate a suitable research a. help you avoid reinventing the
paper title, which is not included? wheel
a. the purpose of the research b. identify measures and apparatus
b. the narrative tone of the paper you might want to use for your study
c. the methods used c. show whether your original
d. none of the above question has already been answered
d. all of the above

_______ 16. What are the importance of having _______ 21. Ethical responsibilities by participants
background of study? in research studies include all the following,
a. it provide the reader with critical EXCEPT:
information about the topic being studied a. Participants should not ask
b. it describe important historical questions of the researcher, especially during the
events that inform why and in what ways the informed consent procedure
research problem exists b. Participants should not discuss
c. it define key components of your the experiment with others who may be
study participants in the future
d. all of the above c. Participants should take the
research seriously and cooperate with the
_______ 17. It is a compilation of sufficient experimenter.
information based on the analysis of your d. Participants should be on time for
proposed argument or problem and the steps their research appointments.
_______ 22. Using someone elses work without a. traditional b. technical
giving credit to the original source is known as c. systematic d. total
a. debriefing b. plagiarism c .
fabrication of date d. fraud _______ 29. Being honest, truthful, and grateful in
doing the review of related literature is practicing:
a. smartness b. cut-and-paste
c. ethics d.
_______ 23. Which of the following ethical individualism
violations occurs AFTER data has already been
collected? _______ 30. A systematic review of related
a. Lying with statistics literature follows a certain:
b. Plagiarism a. theory b. method
c. Citing references incorrectly c. instruction d. model
d. all of the above
_______ 31. It is a graphical presentation of your
_______ 24. A secondary sources refers to concepts or ideas on the basic structure or
a. an article read by a researcher components of your research as well as on the
and cited in his/her manuscript relationships of these elements with one another.
b. an article consulted by a a. conceptual framework
researcher a background but not actually cited in b. diagram
his/her manuscript c. meta-analysis
c. an article discussed in another d. theoretical framework
reference and the reader does not have access to
the original article. _______ 32. It is an orderly progression of thought
d. an article that has been such that a sentence leads to the next sentence.
plagiarized from another source. a. unity b. cohesion
c. emphasis d. none of
_______ 25. Students who have been given extra these
credit will report more satisfaction with their course
than students who have not been given extra _______ 33. It is a list containing the definition of
credit. This statement best represents a(n) some of the terms commonly used in the research
a. theory b. and explanations of the acronyms that are often
hypothesis c. extraneous variable d. problem used.
a. hypotheses b. scope
_______ 26. The reference section of an APA- c. definition of terms d. delimitation
format paper should contain:
a. everything you read on the topic; _______ 34. A framework which gives and
even if those references are not explicitly used in explains the theories, principles, generalizations
the paper and research findings which have some
b. the important references from connection to your research study.
your paper a. conceptual framework
c. all references that are used in b. diagram
your paper (and only those references used in your c. meta-analysis
paper) d. theoretical framework
d. nothing; no references are used
in the APA-format paper _______ 35. Undesired variables that could
invalidate an experiment are referred to as _____
_______ 27. The experimenters predicted variables.
outcome of a research project is known as a(n) a. independent b. dependent
a. theory b. c. extraneous d. intrinsic
hypothesis c. extraneous variable d. problem

_______ 36. These are specific or sub-questions


use to specify the scope and the method in
_______ 28. Meta-analysis supports a review of collecting and analysing data, give you the right
related literature that is direction in your research is called________.
a. Research Title
b. Research Methods
c. Research Design
d. Research Questions

_______ 37. Component in research which


contains the explanation of what information or
subject is being analysed. It also explain why
definite aspects of a subject were chosen and why
others were excluded.
a. scope and delimitation
b. background of research
c. written statement of the problem
d. benefits and beneficiaries of the
study

_______ 38. Component in research that contains


the advantages which the study will give to its
recipients
a. scope and delimitation
b. background of research
c. written statement of the problem
d. benefits and beneficiaries of the
study

_______ 39. It is a brief description of the issues


that need to be addressed by a problem solving
team and should be presented to them (or created
by them) before they try to solve a problem.
a. scope and delimitation
b. background of research
c. written statement of the problem
d. benefits and beneficiaries of the
study

_______40. This is a type of quantitative research


question which is about the nature and manner of
connection between or among variables.
a. descriptive b. relation
c. causal d. none of these

ANSWERS KEY: (PERSEUS & BASTET)


1. B
2. D
3. A
4. B
5. D
6. B
7. D
8. D
9. B
10. A
11. D
12. C
13. B
14. A
15. D
16. D
17. B
18. D
19. C
20. D
21. A
22. B
23. D
24. C
25. B
26. C
27. B
28. C
29. C
30. B
31. A
32. B
33. C
34. D
35. C
36. D
37. A
38. D
39. C
40. B