Unit-10 [26th June -28th June]-Library and its users

Monday, December 8, 2014

Maharashtra State Eligibility Test (MH SET) December 2013 Paper 1 (1-10)


1. Openbook tests are recommended mainly because :
they reduce malpractice in examinations
students need not spend time in studying for examination
they reduce emphasis on rote memory
students are relaxed at the time of examination

2. What is the best use of internet in teaching ?
For presenting content through audio-visual media
For providing latest information
For saving time and energy of a teacher
For making learning interactive

3.The most recently accepted paradigm of learning is that a learner is a :
constructor of knowledge
receiver of knowledge
consumer of knowledge
collector of knowledge

4.The main purpose of including practical work in curriculum is :
reducing over-emphasis on theory
developing various skills in students
helping students score better in examination
keeping students engaged throughout the year

5. The best way to understand content is to :
read the content repeatedly
read the content aloud and then silently
write down the content from memory
prepare an appropriate summary of the content

6. Which of the following is not an example of intrinsic motivation ?
Vishal is interested in Chemistry
Suneeta is curious to know about innovations in her subject
Ravi completes projects to become eligible to appear for examination
Tripta opts for communication as she wants to enter into marketing business

7. Sampling in qualitative research is similar to ............sampling in quantitative research.
simple random

8. Close ended questions are those that :
relate to basic demographic characteristics
encourage elaborate response
allows respondents not to answer
have a fixed range of possible answers

9. Cross-cultural studies are an example of :
case study
comparative study
experimental study
cross-sectional study

10. What is a research design ?
A way of conducting research that is not grounded in theory
The choice between using qualitative and quantitative methods
The study in which you present research findings
A framework for every stage of collection and analysis of data


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