Sunday, May 22, 2016

NET/EDUCATION DECEMBER 2010-SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS-(41-50)


NET/EDUCATION DECEMBER 2010-SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS-(41-50)

41. Standard error is an index of
(A) Errors due to measurements
(B) Sampling errors
(C) Level of significance
(D) Standard deviation

42. Multiple correlation studies
(A) Comparison of beta weights and regression coefficients.
(B) Use of many independent variables.
(C) Comparison of R and beta weights.
(D) Use of many dependent variables.

43. Identify the dependent variable in the following hypothesis : “Boys learn non-sense syllables slower than Girls” ?
(A) Speed of learning
(B) Meanings of syllables
(C) Gender
(D) Syllables

44. What does the denominator in the F-ratio measure ?
(A) Between groups variance
(B) Error variance
(C) Mean square variance
(D) Sums of squares

45. Use of product moment coefficient of correlation is appropriate for the pairs of scores obtained from which type of scales ?
(A) Nominal and Interval
(B) Ordinal and Nominal
(C) Interval and Interval
(D) Ordinal and Interval

46. Which of the following tools of research gives most precise measurements ?
(A) Questionnaire
(B) Observation schedule
(C) Rating scale
(D) Information schedule

47. Which of the following is NOT the goal of scientific method of acquiring knowledge ?
(A) Exploration of truth
(B) Fact finding
(C) Control of variables
(D) Prediction of events

48. Which of the following is least important for any action research ?
(A) Quantitative data collection
(B) Qualitative content analysis
(C) Triangulation
(D) Reflection

49. In a study on children’s’ social behaviour, what type of reliability would be considered important ?
(A) Equivalent forms
(B) Inter-rater
(C) Internal consistency
(D) Stability

50. Which of the following is indicative of the weakest correlation between two variables ?
(A) – 0.92
(B) 0.15
(C) 0.40
(D) – 0.10


THANK YOU,
NANDITHA AKUNURI,
Dr.A C V RAMA KUMAR

NET/EDUCATION DECEMBER 2010-SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS-(31-40)


NET/EDUCATION DECEMBER 2010-SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS-(31-40)

31. Critically judge the following :
Assertion (A) : Preschool period is crucial for language development.
Reason (R) : Brain is relatively more plastic during early stages of development.
(A) Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation.
(B) Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is not the correct answer for (A).
(C) Only (A) is true, but (R) is false.
(D) Only (R) is true.

32. Match the following :

                  List – I                                        List – II
          (Basic concepts)                             (Psychologist)
I. Unconditional Stimulus           1. Tolman
II. Successive approximation      2. Hull
III. Habit strength                       3. Skinner
IV. Latent learning                      4. Pavlov 
                                                      5. Thorndike
(A) 2 5 4 1
(B) 4 3 1 2
(C) 4 3 2 1
(D) 5 3 4 2

33. Rearrange the stages of concept attainment :
I. Formal level
II. Concrete level
III. Classificatory level
IV. Identity level
Codes : (A) I III IV II
(B) II IV I III
(C) III II I IV
(D) II IV III I

34. Rearrange the stages of creative process :
I. Illumination
II. Incubation
III. Preparation
IV. Verification
Codes : (A) III II I IV
(B) III I II IV
(C) II IV I III
(D) I II IV III


35. The four contents included in the Guilford’s model are
(A) Figural, Symbolic, Semantic, Behavioural
(B) Figural, Semantic, Behavioural, Symbolic
(C) Semantic, Symbolic, Behavioural, Figural
(D) Figural, Behavioural, Symbolic, Semantic


36. Rearrange the sequence of cognitive development :
I. Decentration
II. Objective permanence
III. Propositional thinking
IV. Transductive thinking
Codes : (A) II III IV I
(B) II IV I III
(C) III IV I II
(D) I III II IV


37. A researcher studying the development of self-esteem among primary school children can interview only 35 students in each grade. Which of the following approaches to sampling is most appropriate?
(A) Systematic sampling
(B) Stratified sampling
(C) Non-proportionate random sampling
(D) Quota sampling

38. What is the purpose of reviewing the related literature for conducting an action research ?
(A) To determine the contribution of the study to scientific literature.
(B) To clarify the design of the study.
(C) To identify the effective ideas and practices.
(D) To ascertain whether the study is of quantitative or qualitative nature.


39. What type of validity is least precisely quantifiable ?
(A) Content validity
(B) Concurrent validity
(C) Construct validity
(D) Predictive validity


40. Which of the following is the main characteristics of the interval scale ?
(A) No fixed zero point and unequal intervals.
(B) Fixed zero point and equal intervals.
(C) Fixed zero point and unequal intervals.
(D) No fixed zero point and equal intervals.


THANKYOU,
NANDITHA AKINURI,
Dr.ACV RAMA KUMAR


NET/EDUCATION DECEMBER 2010-SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS-(21-30)

NET/EDUCATION DECEMBER 2010-SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS-(21-30)

21. What does social change mean ? 

(A) Social Mobility 
(B) Change in Education System 
(C) Change in Government 
(D) Social Progress

22. What change in Education is necessitated by Globalization ? 
(A) Equality of Educational Opportunities 
(B) Modernization of Education 
(C) Vertical Mobility 
(D) Cultural Diffusion

23. “Society and Education are interconnected and intricately connected, so that one cannot thrive in the absence of the other.” Why ? 
(A) Education modernizes Agriculture, Industry, Science and Technology and National Defence. 
(B) Education helps to do away with Social Divisions. 
(C) Education makes people selfemployable. (D) Education sustains human life, preserves existing culture, creates new culture and integrates both.

24. Countries, small and big, are spending colossal amounts on Education. Investment in Education is the single, largest item of expenditure, next to defence, in many countries.” What is the educational and sociological justification for this ? 
(A) Education raises the standard of living of people. 
(B) Education has become a pressing need under Globalization.
(C) Education helps to procure security, prosperity and social well-being to all.
(D) Education produces competent people to handle Defence Equipments.


25. The first psychological laboratory was established by 
(A) Galton 
(B) Cattell 
(C) Pestallozzi 
(D) Wundt

26. According to Piaget the third stage of cognitive development is 
(A) Concrete operational 
(B) Sensory motor 
(C) Pre-operational 
(D) Formal operational

27. A child was pricked by the thorn of a red rose and got hurt. Later on he/she started expressing fear towards a red dress and now anything red in colour. This is an example of 

(A) A stimulus generalization
(B) A response generalization 
(C) Both a stimulus and a response generalization 
(D) Neither a stimulus generalization nor a response generalization



28. Match the following :
List – I                                            List – II
(Stages of development)     (Psychological crisis)
I. Infancy                     1. Initiative Vs Guilt 
II. Adolescence            2. Trust Vs. Mistrust
III. Young Adulthood 3. Identity Vs. Role Confusion
IV. Middle Adulthood 4. Intimacy and solidarity Vs. Isolation
                                      5. Generativity Vs. Stagnation
(A) 2 3 4 5
(B) 3 4 2 1
(C) 5 3 2 4
(D) 4 5 1 2

29. Match the following : 
           List – I                                    List – II (Psychological Test)              (Constructed by) 
I. Standard Progressive Matrices  1. Cattell 
II. 16 Personality Factor Test        2. Murray & Morgan 
III. Thematic Apperception Test  3. Ravan 
IV. Inkblot Test                              4. Rosengweig                                                          5. Rorschach 
(A) 2 1 5 3 
(B) 3 1 2 5 
(C) 3 4 2 5 
(D) 5 1 4 3

30. Imposition of one’s own feelings on others is the defense mechanism called 
(A) Introjection 
(B) Identification 
(C) Projection 
(D) Displacement

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NET/EDUCATION DECEMBER 2010-SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS-(11-20)


NET/EDUCATION DECEMBER 2010-SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS-(11-20)


11. Under which Article of the Constitution, the Indian States are given right to promote the educational interests of the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes of India ? 
(A) Article 46 
(B) Article 17 
(C) Article 14 
(D) Article 16

12. “The most important outward factor is the formation of nationalities in the State.” To whom do you attribute this statement ? 
(A) Ramsay Muir 
(B) R.M. MacIver 
(C) Hansa Mehta 
(D) Hans Kohn

13. Who is regarded as the Father of Sociology ? 
(A) Auguste Comte 
(B) Robert Payne 
(C) Ivor Morrish 
(D) MacIver

14.Which of the following are agencies of social change ? (a) Family (b) School (c) National Army (d) National Calamity 
(A) (a) and (b) 
(B) (b) and (c) 
(C) (c) and (d) 
(D) (d) and (a)

15. What does the term “Society” imply for governance ? 
(A) Checks and Balances 
(B) Equalizing Educational Opportunities 
(C) Mutual Help 
(D) Law-abiding citizens

16.What factors are responsible for today’s caste distinction in India ? (a) Poverty (b) English Education (c) Family Occupation (d) Religion 
(A) (a), (b) and (c) 
(B) (a), (c) and (d) 
(C) (b), (c) and (d) 
(D) (d), (a) and (b)

17. “School is a community in miniature, a micro-society.” What do the terms “community” and “society” mean in this quote ? (a) Community means uniformity (b) Community means freedom (c) Society means control (d) Society means oneness 
(A) (a) and (b) 
(B) (a) and (d) 
(C) (b) and (c) 
(D) (b) and (d)

18. Arrange the following in sequential order to describe complete socialization. Use the Roman Numbers given as codes. I. Man to society, Man to country II. Man to Relatives, Man to Friends III. Man to Mankind, Man to Universe IV. Man to self, Man to family 
(A) III, I, II and IV 
(B) IV, I, III and II 
(C) II, III, I and IV 
(D) IV, II, I and III

19.What is the division of people based on their social status known as
(A) Social Group 
(B) Social Stratification 
(C) Social Cohesion 
(D) Social Mobility

20. What is meant by “Society” ? 
(A) Network of Social Relationships 
(B) Group of People 
(C) People with Common Features 
(D) Nation

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NET/EDUCATION DECEMBER 2010-SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS-(1-10)

NET/EDUCATION DECEMBER 2010-SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS-(1-10)

1. Which branch of Philosophy does examine the issue pertaining to the nature of reality ?

(A) Axiology 
(B) Aesthetics 
(C) Metaphysics 
(D) Epistemology

2. Which book was written by Plato on Education ? 
(A) ‘The Republic’ 
(B) ‘Educational Philosophy’ 
(C) ‘Education of Plato’ 
(D) ‘Emile’

3. Existentialism believes more in __than in __. 
(A) Essence, Existence 
(B) Existence, Essence 
(C) Action, Intuition 
(D) Intuition, Action 

4. Democracy as an ideology is based on the premise that 
(A) Integrity of the individual is worth protecting at all costs. 
(B) The group is more important than the individual. 
(C) The state is more important than the individual. 
(D) The individual must be willing to sacrifice his life for the protection of State

5. Four noble truths frame the basic tenets of the Philosophy of 
(A) Sankhya 
(B) Vedanta 
(C) Buddhism 
(D) Jainism

6. Who has said that mode of production is the sole determinant of the culture of people ? 
(A) Karl Marx 
(B) Max Weber 
(C) R.M. MacIver 
(D) Lundberg

7. Which one of the following educational systems supports scientific progress ? 
(A) Idealistic education 
(B) Realistic education 
(C) Naturalistic education 
(D) All of the above

8. Who has suggested the concept of integral education for Indian people ? 
(A) Gandhiji 
(B) Tagore 
(C) Vivekananda 
(D) Aurobindo

9. The National Policy on Education 1986 envisages Education as 
(A) Investment 
(B) Return 
(C) National Program 
(D) Social Program

10. According to Quran, education is compulsory for
(A) All men 
(B) All women 
(C) All men and women 
(D) None of the above

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NET/EDUCATION JUNE 2010-SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS-(41-50)

NET/EDUCATION JUNE 2010-SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS-(41-50)

41. Which of the following statements is not correct ? 
(A) A test cannot be valid without being reliable. 
(B) A test can be reliable without being valid. 
(C) A test can be reliable and valid both. 
(D) A test can be valid without being reliable.

42. Two characteristics of Ex Post Facto research are 
(A) Randomization and comparison of groups. 
(B) Non-manipulation and randomization. 
(C) Non-randomization and manipulation of independent variables. 
(D) Non-manipulation and nonrandomization.

43. Which of the following is a nonparametric correlation ? 
(A) Product moment 
(B) Rank difference 
(C) Point Biserial 
(D) Partial

44. What percent of IQ scores lie between 85 and 130 in a normal distribution with a mean of 100 and SD of 15 points ? (A) 79.85 
(B) 80.85 
(C) 82.85 
(D) 81.85

45. When is the Type-I error increased ? 
(A) When alpha-level decreases 
(B) When alpha-level increases 
(C) When the sample size increases 
(D) When the sample size decreases

46. Which of the following poses a threat to internal validity ? 

(A) Interference of prior treatments.
(B) Interaction effect of independent variables. 
(C) Interaction of treatment variables. 
(D) Interaction of selection and maturation.

47. If the alpha level of a particular test is lowered from 0.05 to 0.001, then the risk of committing Type-I error will 
(A) increase 
(B) remain unchanged 
(C) decrease 
(D) not be predictable

48. In case of ANOVA, what is between sum of squares ? 
(A) The variance caused by treatment variable 
(B) The variance caused by the difference within subjects 
(C) The variance caused by the extraneous factors 
(D) Total variance of the dependent variable

49. Which of the following methods should be used for establishing reliability of the Questionnaire ? 
(A) Test-retest method 
(B) Split-half method 
(C) Parallel form method 
(D) Rational equivalence method

50. Which of the following is an example of a qualitative research ? 
(A) Descriptive survey 
(B) Experimental study 
(C) Ex Post Facto study 
(D) Case study

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NET/EDUCATION JUNE 2010-SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS-(31-40)

31. In the formula SER = D × SHR × K – 1, K denotes  
(A) Habit strength 
(B) Incentive 
(C) Drive 
(D) Excitatory potential

32. The correct sequence of the following items of Gague’s hierarchy of learning is a. Signal learning b. Problem solving c. Rule learning d. Multiple discrimination 
(A) d, c, b, a 
(B) c, d, a, b 
(C) a, d, c, b 
(D) b, c, d, a

33. Which of the following is not the axiom of learning ? 
(A) Simple to Complex 
(B) Specific to General 
(C) Tangible to Intangible 
(D) Known to Unknown

34. Critically judge the following : 
Assertion (A) : Learning of principles has to be given utmost importance in the classrooms. 
Reason (R) : Knowledge of principles facilitates transfer of learning to a greater extent. 
(A) Both (A) and (R) are incorrect. 
(B) Only (R) is correct. 
(C) Both (A) and (R) are correct, but (R) is not a correct explanation for (A).
(D) Both (A) and (R) are correct and (R) is the correct explanation for (A).

35. Critically judge the following : 
Assertion (A) : Early admission to school is not scientific. Reason    (R) : It is against democratic principles. 
(A) Only (A) is correct. 
(B) Only (R) is correct. 
(C) Both (A) and (R) are correct and (R) is the correct explanation for (A). 
(D) Both (A) and (R) are correct, but (R) is not a correct explanation for (A).

36. Critically judge the following : 
Assertion (A) : Classroom instruction should involve variety oF strategies. 
Reason     (R) : There are individual differences in Learning styles among students. 
(A) Both (A) and (R) are correct, and (R) is the correct explanation for (A). 
(B) Both (A) and (R) are correct, but (R) is not the correct explanation for (A). 
(C) Only (R) is correct. 
(D) Only (A) is correct.

37. A researcher studies the effect of peer group interaction on Learning styles. The variable ‘Learning style’ in this study functions as : 
(A) Independent variable 
(B) Dependent variable 
(C) Controlled variable 
(D) Intervening variable

38. Which of the following may be most appropriately used for measuring self confidence ? 
(A) An Aptitude test 
(B) An Archival test 
(C) An Attitudinal test 
(D) An Achievement test

39. Which of the following statements is not applicable on the data in a descriptive research ? 
(A) It may be qualitative, in verbal symbols. 
(B) It may be quantitative, in mathematical symbols. 
(C) It may be qualitative and quantitative both. 
(D) It is only qualitative, never quantitative.

40. Which one of the following indicates the higher level of significance ?
(A) 0.10 
(B) 0.001 
(C) 0.01 
(D) 1.00

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NET/EDUCATION JUNE 2010-SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS-(21-30)

NET/EDUCATION JUNE 2010-SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS-(21-30)

21. Arrange the following books in the chronological order in which they appeared.
I. Education and Sociology
II. School and Society
III. Principles of Educational Sociology : An outline
IV. Dynamic Sociology
(A) IV, II, I and III
(B) I, III, IV and II
(C) III, II, IV and I
(D) II, I, III and IV


22. Match items under Column-I with those under Column-II. 
Column – I                                   
I. R.J. Brown                  
II. A.K.C. Ottaway        

III. Herbert Spencer    
IV. E. Durkheim             
                                     
Column – II
1. Education and Sociology
2. What knowledge is of most worth ?
3. Education and Society : An Introduction to Sociology of Education.
4. Educational Sociology
5. A Sociology of Education
(A) 4 3 2 and 1
(B) 1 2 3 and 4
(C) 3 2 1 and 5
(D) 2 5 4 and 3

23. The term “Untouchability” has been abolished according to an Article in Constitution. What is that Article ?
(A) Article 46
(B) Article 17
(C) Article 25
(D) Article 16

24. Why is the school considered a Social Institution ?
(A) Because it is concerned with the welfare of the society.
(B) It is concerned with burning social issues.
(C) It is concerned with social evils.
(D) It is concerned with the shaping of the future society.

25. Which of the following stages of cognitive development is not described by Bruner ?
(A) Enactive
(B) Iconic
(C) Heteronomy
(D) Symbolic

26. The first intelligence test was developed by
(A) Francis Galton
(B) Binet and Simon
(C) Lavator
(D) William Stern

27. Match the following lists :
List – I (Specific Characteristics)
(a) One who shows consistently remarkable performance.
(b) One who is more sensitive to environmental stimuli.

(c) One who does not show educational success commensurate with his abilities.
(d) One who shows sub average general intellectual functioning.
List – II (Category of Children)
(i) Creative child
(ii) Under achiever child
(iii) Mentally retarded child
(iv) Gifted child
(v) Delinquent child
Code : (a) (b) (c) (d)
(A) (iv) (i) (ii) (iii)
(B) (i) (iv) (ii) (iii)
(C) (iv) (i) (iii) (ii)
(D) (iii) (i) (ii) (iv)

28. Rearrange the following hierarchy of needs as given by Maslow :
a. Safety and security needs.
b. Physiological needs.
c. Self-esteem needs.
d. Love and belongingness needs.
(A) b, a, d, c
(B) d, a, b, c
(C) a, b, d, c
(D) b, a, c, d

29. According to type theory of personality, a tall, thin and stoop shouldered person will come under the category of

(A) Endomorphic
(B) Ectomorphic
(C) Athletic
(D) Pyknic

30. The concept of emotional intelligence does not involve the ability to
(A) understand emotions
(B) regulate emotions
(C) appraise and express emotions
(D) arouse emotions

THANKYOU,
NANDITHA AKUNURI,
Dr.ACV.RAMA KUMAR

NET/EDUCATION JUNE 2010-SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS-(11-20)

NET/EDUCATION JUNE 2010-SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS-(11-20)


11. “Women are human beings and hence as much right to full development as men have.” This statement was made by ___. (A) Mahatma Gandhi
(B) S. Radhakrishnan 
(C) Rabindranath Tagore 
(D) Smt. Hansa Mehta 

12. Aim of complete living in Education was propounded by 
(A) F. Herbert 
(B) Herbert Spencer 
(C) John Dewey 
(D) Plato

13. Who wrote the book “School and Society” ? 
(A) Auguste Comte 
(B) John Dewey 
(C) Emile Durkheim 
(D) Robert Merton

14. “Educational Sociology is neither education nor sociology alone but joins them in a new Science by applying sociological principles to the whole process of education.” Whose statement is this ? 
(A) A.K.C. Ottaway 
(B) George Payne 
(C) F.J. Brown 
(D) Herbert Spencer

15. Which of the following is not a subsystem ?
(A) Political sub system
(B) Terrorist outfit
(C) Economic organizations
(D) Family sub system


16. When does the process of socialization start for a child ? 
(A) As a school child 
(B) As a member in the neighborhood 
(C) As a member of the family 
(D) As a member of the society

17. Which of the following is a primary group ? 
(A) Peer group 
(B) Classroom group 
(C) Familial group 
(D) Basketball group

18. Which of the following is the best mobility multiplier ? 
(A) Income 
(B) Education 
(C) Social status 
(D) Caste

19. What is horizontal mobility associated with ? 
(A) Upliftment in the same stratum 
(B) Upliftment in the upper stratum 
(C) Change in the stratification 
(D) Consistency in the stratification

20. From sociological point of view the process of education is supposed to serve two fundamental functions. What are they ? (A) Selection and Allocation 
(B) Conservation and Creation 
(C) Preservation and Conservation 
(D) Creation and Dislocation

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NET/EDUCATION JUNE 2010-SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS-(1-10)

NET/EDUCATION JUNE 2010-SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS-(1-10)


1. Education is ________ aspect of philosophy and philosophy is the ________ aspect of education.
(A) theoretical, practical 
(B) practical, theoretical 
(C) dynamic, dormant 
(D) dormant, dynamic

2. The book “The Life Divine” was written by ___________. 
(A) Tagore 
(B) Vivekananda 
(C) Aurobindo 
(D) Gandhiji

3. Pragmatism professes for ________ as a school of philosophy. (A) idea 
(B) action 
(C) reality 
(D) programme

4. Secularism means ___________. 
(A) The State is to give patronage to any one religion. 
(B) Respect all religions without favouring any one religion. 
(C) Lacking religious emotion, doctrines and practices. 
(D) To impose any particular religion upon the rest of the people.

5. ‘Astamarg’ has been practised by the philosophy of ___. 
(A) Vedanta 
(B) Islam 
(C) Jainism 
(D) Buddhism

6. “The most important outward factor is the formation of nationalities in the State.” To which philosophy do you attribute this statement ? 
(A) Marxism 
(B) Capitalism 
(C) Fascism 
(D) Socialism

7. Which one of the following principles is not correct regarding pragmatism ? 
(A) Pragmatism accepts any definite/eternal truth or principle. (B) According to pragmatists truth is man made. 
(C) Pragmatists support spiritualism. 
(D) Pragmatists stress more on acts rather than thoughts.

8. Who has formally initiated the concept of Naturalism in Modern Indian Education ? 
(A) Tagore 
(B) Vivekananda 
(C) Gandhiji 
(D) Aurobindo

9. “There cannot be educated people without educated women.” This was indicated by ___________. 
(A) The Resolution of the National Policy on Education (1968) (B) The United Nations Declaration on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women (1967) 
(C) The University Education Commission (1948-49) 
(D) New Policy on Education (1986)

10. Analytical School of Philosophy was propounded by 
(A) Theodor Brameld 
(B) Bertrand Russell 
(C) R.S. Piters 
(D) Vitzenstine

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Friday, May 20, 2016

NET/EDUCATION JUNE 2009-SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS(41-50)

NET/EDUCATION JUNE 2009-SOLVED PAPER-II
PRACTICE BITS(41-50)

41. Which of the following objectives belongs to effective domain?
A. Developing reading comprehensive
B, Developing skills to drive a car
C. Developing a set of concepts
D. Developing a favorable attitude towards education

42. The internal validity of an experimental research is related to :
A. Variation in the independent variable
B. Effective controls of intervening variables
C. Variation in the dependent variable
D. Accuracy of measurement variables

43. In a distribution, 27% scores are below the raw score of 36. Which of the following statement is true?
A. 36 students have score of 27
B. 36 is the score of 27 students
C. Percentile rank of 36 is 27
D. Percentile rank of 27 is 36

44. A set of scores has a mean ‘M’ and standard deviation is ‘s’ if every score is tripled the mean and standard deviation would be:
A. M,S
B. 3 M, S
C. M, 3S
D. 3M, 3S

45. If deviation of each score of a distribution from the mean is divided by standard deviation, the resulting scores are called:
A. T-scores
B. Z- Scores
C. t- scores
D. d-scores

46. Correlation between a continuous variable and a dichotomized variable is computes by using:
A. Biserial correlation method
B. Product moment method
C. Rank differnce method
D. Multiple correlation method

47. Likert’s method is used to prepare an:
A. Achievement test
B. Aptitude test
C. Attitude test
D. Ability test

48. A study aimed at finding out the feasibility of a new method of a teaching may be classified as;
A. Action research
B. Descriptive research
C. Experimental research
D. Survey research

49. which combination of the following points is true of non-parametric methods?
A. Do not demand assumption of the population
B. Actual scores are used in calculation
C. Generalization are not seems to be realistic
D. They are also called distribution free methods
Answer 2,3,4

50. Match the following List-I and List-II
             List-I                                                     List-II
A. Standard deviation   1. Difference between mean and a score
B. Quartile deviation     2. Difference between high score and                                                        low score
C. Score deviation          3. Average of all deviation
D. Mean deviation         4. Root mean square deviation
                                         5. semi inter quartile range

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NET/EDUCATION JUNE 2009-SOLVED PAPER-II PRACTICE BITS(31-40)

NET/EDUCATION JUNE 2009-SOLVED PAPER-II
PRACTICE BITS(31-40)

31. The causes of aggression among adolescence may be psychological rather than:
A. Psychological
B. Social
C. Biological
D. Environmental

32. The process involved in concept formation are:
A. Observation and generalization
B. Observation and categorization
C. Generalization and inferences
D. Observation, generalization, categorization

33. The causes of individual differences are always:
A. Hereditary
B. Social and economic
C. Emotional and personal
D. Environmental and hereditary

34. A learner is faced with a unique problem. To solve the problem she applied a combination of rules already known to her. She is displaying the ‘learning out comes’ of intellectual skills suggested by Robert gange as:
A. Concrete concepts
B. Rules
C. High order rules
D. Defined rules

35. A teacher as conducted a ’sociometric-test’ in her class. The most popular student of her class is labelled as:
A. Isolate
B. Star
C. Moon
D. Leader

36. Stand ford Binnet test of intelligence is;
A. Verbal test
B. Performance test
C. Non-verbal test
D. Group test

37. The most basic category in ‘Maslow hierarchy theory is :
A. Belonging needs
B. Love needs
C. Psychological needs
D. Social needs

38. The test of validity that can be expressed in terms of correlation coefficient is:
A. Content validity
B. Concurrent validity
C. Construct validity
D. Curricular validity

39. The variables which unrated to the study, but many effects that depend variables are known as:
A. Background variables
B. Extraneous variables
C. Internal variables
D. Antecedent variables

40. Which of the following is the mean of distribution;
SCORE: 2 5 7 8 10
FREQ : 1 3 5 2 1
A. 6.0
B. 6.5
C.6.7
D.6.9


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