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Practical Research 1
Grade 11
MIDTERM EXAMINATION

Name:__________________________________________ Strand: __________________________ Score:

Direction: Choose the letter of the correct answer and write it on the space provided.

_______1. It is a process that involves identifying, locating, and analysing documents that contain information related to a
researchers’ research topic.
a. Literature review b. Work cited c. Research Proposal d. Delimitation
_______2. It is considered as a pioneering study on a certain topic.
a. Previous studies b. Reference List c. Landmark study c. Works List
_______3. A citing style that is commonly used within the social sciences discipline.
a. MLA Citation Style c. MNL Citation Style
b. APA Citation Style d. PGN Citation Style
_______4. A citing style that is commonly used within the liberal arts and humanities discipline.
a. MLA Citation Style c. MNL Citation Style
b. APA Citation Style d. PGN Citation Style
_______5. The following is an example of a citation using APA Style except one,
a. ….has been shown (Tan & Riggs, 2019)
b. Anderson, Arao, & Tan (2019)
c. Anderson et al., (2019)
d. Riggs emphasized that (21-22)
_______6. A qualitative research method that studies the culture of one group.
a. Grounded Theory c. Ethnographic Research
b. Case Study d. Historical research
_______7. Which of the following statements is most aligned with a researcher using qualitative methods?
a. Communicating the results in a formal, highly structured report using technical language
b. Using a structured, fixed design in which a few variables are manipulated or controlled
c. Collecting data through interviews and observation
d. Investigate a formal research hypothesis
_______ 8. What principles of ethics is observed in the passage?
“Earl see to it that the data he is presenting is based on what he observed during the experiment.”
a. Carefulness b. Honesty c. Openness d. Objectivity
_______ 9. This is the very first thing to do in conducting a research study.
a. Outlining c. Develop a research study
b. Defining the topic d. Documenting sources
_______ 10. What appropriate qualitative research instrument to be used if you want to study the tribal practices of
Mangyan?
a. Case study c. Ethnography
b. Grounded Theory d. Case study
_______ 11. Why is research important to life?
a. Research has the potential for providing quality life.
b. Research assesses individuals or groups plan of actions as basis for accurate inventions and decisions
in life.
c. Research helps professionals deliver quality education services
d. All of the above
_______ 12. This means doing the same study once again to a different set of participants. To test the validity of the obtained
result.
a. Conclusion c. Replication
b. Empirical Approach d. Analyses
_______ 13. Citations are used to indicate information that has come from another source. Select the answer that best
describes which information must always within the text.
a. Written or media content that you have paraphrase or summarized
b. Quotations from a video, blog, website, or journal article
c. Personal opinions and ideas written in your own word
d. Quotations, paraphrased and summarized content
_______ 14. Reference sample: book with two authors. Below is a reference page listing for a book with two authors. How
should the title of the book be formatted?
Giorgis, C., &Glazer, J.L (2009). Literature for young children. Supporting emergent literacy, ages 0-8 (6th ed).
Boston, MA: Pearson Education

a. The book title should be in quotations


b. The book title should be in italics
c. The book title should be listed without special formatting
d. The book title should be bolded.
_______ 15. Indicate which is the correct APA reference for the following source:

Title: Role of Personality in Determining Value Judgements Volume No.: 75


Authors: Maxine Renee Shaw, Jonathan L. Speaks, Kathleen M. Neal Date Publisheed:1999
Publication: Journal of Applied Psychology Page Numbers: 558-557

a. Role of Personality in Determining Value Judgements in Journal of Applied Psychology. Maxine Renee
Shaw, Jonathan L. Speaks, Kathleen M. Neal (1999), 75, p. 558-577
b. Role of Personality in Determining Value Judgements, in Journal of Applied Science, 75, by M. R. Shaw,
J.L. Speaks, & K.M. Neal (1999), 558-577
c. M.R. Shaw, J.L. Speaks, & K.M. Neal (199), Role of Personality in Determining Value Judgements,
Journal of Applied Psychology, 75, p. 558-577
d. Shaw, M.R., Speaks J.L., & Neal, K.M. (1999). Role of personality in determining value judgements.
Journal of Applied psychology, 75, 558-577
________ 16. It is a certain rules of a norm or group of people that they observed or follows.
a. Ethics c. Background of the study
b. Rules d. Scientific method
________ 17. What should be done first before arriving at a conclusion?
a. Analysing data
b. Asking questions
c. Background of the study
d. Scientific method
________ 18. Which is the correct order of the process of conducting a qualitative research?

I. Evaluating sources
II. Defining topic
III. Making an outline
IV. Document you sources
V. Write your problem statement

a. I-II-III-IV-V c. IV-I-III-V-II
b. II-V-III-I-IV d. III-I-IV-V-II
_________ 19. An introduction answers question about the problem, one of these is:
a. What is the problem?
b. What are the conclusions?
c. What are the suggestions?
d. What are the recommendations?
_________ 20. This provides the overall picture and direction of the research.
a. Specific problem c. Guide problem
b. General problem d. Question research
_________ 21. It is considered as the boundary of the study.
a. Scope c. Significance
b. Delimitation d. Background
_________ 22. It is the coverage of your study
a. Scope c. Significance
b. Delimitation d. Background
_________ 23. It is the sum up of a group’s customs and behaviours.
a. Traditions c. Society
b. Beliefs d. Culture
_________ 24. A type of purposive sample that is considered to be exceptional or unusual.
a. Opportunistic sample c. Homogeneous sample
b. Extreme sample d. Critical sample
_________ 25. It is the type of purposive sample that is chosen during the study to take the advantage of new conditions or
circumstance.
a. Opportunistic sample c. Homogeneous sample
b. Extreme sample d. Critical sample
_________ 26. A type of participant observation in which the identity of the researcher is known to the group being studied.
a. Covert c. Emic
b. Overt d. Etic
_________ 27. A research technique wherein you interview a small group of people to elicit data on certain topic.
a. Observation c. Focus-Group Discussion
b. Interview d. Documentary Analysis
_________ 28. What part of the research proposal presents the problem of your study?
a. Chapter 1 c. Chapter 3
b. Chapter 2 d. Chapter 4
_________ 29. What section of the research method describes on how you will analyse that data that you will gather?
a. Sample c. Research Instrument
b. Data Analysis Procedure d. Research Locale
_________ 30. The following are sections of the research method except one.
a. Research Design c. Background of the study
b. Research Locale d. Respondents
_________ 31. What section of the research method belongs the instrument you will be using?
a. Sample c. Research Instrument
b. Data Analysis Procedure d. Research Locale
_________ 32. How many minutes is the allotted time in presenting your research proposal?
a. 2-5 minutes c. 4-8 minutes
b. 5-10 minutes d. 10-15 minutes
_________ 33. How will you know if a researcher observes objectivity of doing research?
a. Showing prejudice to the subject matter
b. Having partiality to the decisions being undertaken on the process
c. Establishing validity among the data
d. Being impartial and independent from the different factors
_________ 34. How will you know if it is Plagiarism?
a. Use inappropriate statistical techniques in order to obtain favourable results and enhance the
significance of one’s research
b. Present someone else’s ideas or work as your own
c. Publish the same paper in to different journals without informing the editor.
d. Discuss with your colleagues data from the paper that you are reviewing for a journal
_________ 35. All of the following are definition of the importance of qualitative research except one.
a. It is essential in generating tentative explanations and describing events and phenomena
b. It provides firs-hand experiences
c. It is only applicable to college students
d. It infer prediction based on interpretation
_________ 36. “Genesis is interested in classical music. Moreover, he is fond of the composers behind this music. He has
studied the life stories of Beethoven and Mozart. In his research, he also made a comparisons of the two
composers in terms of family background, hobbies, compositions and inspirations for their compositions.”

What do you think is topic of his research?


a. The life of Beethoven and Mozart
b. My Addiction to classical music
c. The Life and Works of Beethoven and Mozart
d. I Love Classical Music
_________ 37. Answer the question below after reading the passage.

The study aims to investigate the extent of addiction of most teenagers to online games.
Specifically, the study seeks to answer the following questions:
1. What are the causes of the addiction of most teenagers to online games?
2. What are the reasons of their addiction to online games?
3. What are the possible effects of online game addiction?

What do you think is topic of the research?


a. The extent of the effects of online games to teenagers
b. The possible of outcomes of online games to teenagers
c. The extent of addiction of most teenagers to online games
d. The reasons behind the addiction of teenagers to online games
__________ 38.What is the difference between the general research problem and specific problem?
a. General problem provides the overall picture and direction of the research while Specific problem gives
the details of the research
b. General problem gives the details of the research while Specific problem provides the overall picture and
direction of the research
c. General problem is formulated at the beginning while Specific problem is formulated at the end.
d. General problem is formulated at the ending while Specific problem is formulated at the beginning.
_________ 39. If you want to focus on one particular issue, what appropriate research method you should use?
a. Ethnographic research c. case study
b. Historical research d. Grounded theory
_________ 40. It is a set of problems that are needed to be formulated.
a. General problem c. Overall problem
b. Specific problem d. none of the above
_________ 41. A group of researcher used human as their subject in the conduct of their experiment. What principles of
ethics do you think they violated?
a. Human subject protection c. Confidentiality
b. Animal care d. Honesty
_________ 42. Which of the following should not be a criterion for a good research project?
a. Demonstrates the abilities of the researcher
b. Is dependent on the completion of other projects
c. Demonstrates the integration of different fields of knowledge
d. Develops the skills of the researcher
_________ 43. Which of the following techniques yields a simple random sample of companies?
a. Randomly selecting a district and then sampling all companies within the district
b. Numbering all the elements of a company sampling frame and then using a random number table to pick
companies from the table
c. Listing companies by sector and choosing a proportion from within each sector at random
d. Choosing volunteer companies to participate
_________ 44. Interviewing is the favoured approach EXCEPT when:
a. There is a need for highly personalized data
b. It is important to ask supplementary questions
c. High numbers of respondents are needed
d. Respondents have difficulty with written language
_________ 45. What should be done in order to be qualify as a random sample?
a. Every member of the population must have an equal chance of being chosen.
b. The researcher must pre-test the subjects.
c. Every sub-sample of the population must be represented.
d. At least 100 people must be selected.
_________ 46. Which statement about data gathering of Ethnographic research is true?
a. It is an open question that enables a free development of conservation
b. The researcher decides on the number of cases to choose
c. The data is collected using journals and books.
d. It uses more on participant observation
_________ 47. Which of the following sampling methodology statements do you agree with?
a. Sample size is more important than sample methodology.
b. Selection depends only on cost and time constraints.
c. Non-probability samples can still be accurately measured.
d. The rarer the population, the larger the sample size should be.
_________ 48. The following are the features of a good research student except one.
a. Should be replicable
b. Should be systematic and objective
c. Should be ethical and unbiased
d. Should be unethical and biased
_________ 49. How much confidence should you place in a single research study?
a. You should trust research findings after different researchers have replicated the findings
b. You should completely trust a single research study
c. Neither a nor b
d. Both a and b
________ 50. Which of the following is a good research question?
a. To produce a report on student job searching behaviours
b. To identify the relationship between self-efficacy and student job searching behaviours
c. Students with higher levels of self-efficacy will demonstrate more active job searching behaviours
d. Do students with high levels of self-efficacy demonstrate more active job searching behaviours?

“The more people rationalize cheating, the more it becomes a culture of dishonesty. And that can become a vicious,
downward cycle. Because suddenly, if everyone else is cheating, you feel a need to cheat, too.”