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#### EXAMPLE QUESTIONS

Q1. Directional hypothesis in research is stated only when:

i) Past research or theory suggests that the findings may go in a particular direction.
ii) Outcome of the research is easily predictable.
iii) There is direct relation between variables.

• 1. i and ii
• 2. i and iii
• 3. ii and iii
• 4. All are correct

Q2. 98% Confidence Interval for the mean can be interpreted as which of the following?

i) If all possible samples are taken and Confidence Intervals calculated, 98% of those intervals would include the true population mean somewhere in their interval.
ii) You can be 98% confident that the mean of the selected sample includes the population mean.

• 1. Both i and ii are correct
• 2. Neither i nor ii is correct.
• 3. Only ii
• 4. Only i

Q3. Which of the following statements is inappropriate about case studies?

• 1. Subjective bias is a constant threat to objective data gathering and analysis
• 2. Collecting data from multiple sources is crucial
• 3. These usually follow a longitudinal approach, showing developments over a period of time
• 4. They probe deeply and analyze interactions between the factors that explain the status

Q4. Which of the following statements is not appropriate as per the medical model of disability

• 1. It depicts disabled children and youth as sick, incompetent and incomplete beings.
• 2. It depicts disabled children and youth as those in need of care, kindness and training from professionals
• 3. It dominates the perceptions of both professional and naive people regarding the problems faced by children and youth with disabilities
• 4. It is the most relevant model for inclusion

Q5. Which of the following statements is incorrect with reference to the construction of a good questionnaire?

• 1. Using multiple items to measure abstract constructs
• 2. Using natural and familiar language
• 4. Writing items in clear, precise and relatively short forms

Q6. Which of the following statements is incorrect with respect to skewness of a normal distribution?

• 1. A distribution is negatively skewed, or skewed to the left, if the scores fall towards the higher side of the scale and there are very few low scores
• 2. A distribution is said to be skewed when mean and median are at different points in the distribution.
• 3. A distribution is said to be positively skewed when scores are accumulated at the high end of the scale (Right hand side)
• 4. In a normal distribution, mean equals median

Q7. Which of the following best describes the ‘learned helplessness’?

• 1. A student is motivated to avoid failure
• 2. A student has learned that he or she has no control over the outcome of events
• 3. A student has learned to achieve goals by investing effort
• 4. A student tries again after failing to achieve a particular goal the first time

Q8. Which of the following best describes the difference between classical and operant conditioning?

• 1. In classical conditioning, the consequences of behavior have no role in learning
• 2. In classical conditioning, a learning situation occurs more often because of immediate reinforcement.
• 3. In operant conditioning, responses are elicited by stimuli
• 4. In operant conditioning, the reward strengthens the bond between stimuli and response

Q9. Which of the following is counted under Specific Learning Disability?

• 2. Mental retardation
• 3. Dysgraphia
• 4. Autism

Q10. Which of the following is not in tandem with the basic principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL)?

• 1. UDL is not associated with broader context of learning
• 2. UDL is directly associated with inclusive principles.
• 3. Accessibility aspects are integral part of UDL
• 4. Considering only specific individuals for learning is not a part of principles of UDL