MCQ on Research Problem & Research Plan | Research Methodology MCQs

 MCQ on research problem and Research Plan
Research methodology MCQs
For B.Com / M.Com/ UGC - NTA NET Exam

In this Post You will MCQs relating to Research Problem and Research Plan which is very helpful for the students of B.Com, M.Com and NTA Net. Total 18 Questions are added and more questions will be added soon.

Research methodology Chapterwise MCQs are also available on our blog. Links are given below:

a) Sampling MCQs (32 Questions)

b) MCQ on Research Problem and Research Plan (18 Questions)

c) Collection of data MCQs (22 Questions)

d) MCQ on Research Report Writing (25 Questions)

e) Research Methodology MCQS Part 1 (35 Questions)

f) Research Methodology MCQS Part I1 (30 Questions)


1. Research process begins with:

a) Identification of research problem

b) Research design

c) Collection of data

d) Report writing

2. Which of the following problems require research?

a) Why brand Z is more popular than brand Y?

b) Why people of Assam preferred Tea than Coffee?

c) How price affects sale of any product?

d) All of the above

3. Research is a process of:

a) Repeated search for facts.

b) Search for a problem.

c) Collecting primary and secondary data.

d) Preparing report on a problem.

4. If the researcher is not familiar with research problem, then which study is conducted to acquire knowledge of the subject?

a) Pre-testing

b) Pilot-study

c) Detailed-study

d) Analytical-study

5. Which of the following is true?

a) A good research design is such which gives minimum experimental error.

b) If data is insufficient, then the research problem will exist.

c) Technological changes are a constant search problem for research.

d) All of the above.

6. Research design strategy encompasses all of the components below except:

a) Data collection design

b) Sampling design

c) Instrument development

d) Data analysis

 7. Research design refers to the:

a) Plan that specify how data should be collected and analyzed for the purpose of research.

b) Analysis of data for the purpose of preparing research report.

c) Steps necessary to define the research problem.

d) Suggestions made in the report about the research problem.

8. Research design is a blue-print of any research work.                                True

9. Which is an important feature of a good research plan?

a) A good research design gives minimum experimental error.

b) A good research design should be flexible, efficient and appropriate.

c) A good research design should be economical.

d) All of the above.

10. All full fledge miniature study of research problem is called:

a) Pre-testing

b) Pilot-study

c) Detailed-study

d) Analytical-study

11. Pre-testing helps in:

a) Formulation of schedules and questionnaires.

b) Improvement of schedules and questionnaires.

c) Revealing the strength and weakness of schedules and questionnaires.

d) All of the above

12. Why do you need to review the existing literature?

a) To make sure you have a long list of references

b) Because without it, you could never reach the required word – count

c) To find out what is already known about your area of interest

d) To help in your general studying

13. The purpose of literature review is to:

a) Get some idea about the project.

b) Helps in framing research questions and hypothesis.

c) Get an idea about the availability of data and materials about the proposed ares.

d) All of the above.

14. Research is based on:

a) Primary data

b) Secondary Data

c) Both a & b

d) None of the above

15. List out the important elements of research design.

a) Need and important of the study

b) Review of existing literature

c) Scope and Objectives of the study.

d) Hypothesis formulation

e) Source of data collection

f) Method, tools and techniques of data collection

g) Data analysis

h) All of the above

16 Formulation of research problem is the:

a) First stage in research process.

b) Last stage in research process.

c) Middle stage in research process.

17. A research problem is feasible only when:

a) It is researchable,

b) It consists of independent and dependent variables.

c) When it has utility and relevance.

d) All of the above

18. Hypothesis cannot be stated in:

a) General terms

b) Declaration terms

c) Null and Questions terms

d) Directional terms

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