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Research Aptitude Practice Session 10 (in Hindi)
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Talvir Singh
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Ashna with your this lecture I am having a feel that you are getting misleaded!!!!!Because this lecture is on 'Learning Maps Quickly' you need to keep in mind the PT syllabus & accordingly you should frame your module or lecture.Even if the candidates know 60-70% of the 'world map details' if they do not know rest '30%' that is given emphasis by the UPSC, all your & our efforts would go to vain.I understand that with your own preparation (which you should be giving preference to) it's a difficult job but lesser number of 'quality lectures' are better than 'bunch of unrequired stuff'. You yourself have termed 'a beautiful' phrase 'knowledge is the new currency'.So,with just 9 days in hand for PT it's better to use this left' most valuable time' over something that could fetch only that part of 'the new currency (i.e. Knowledge) that is vital!!!!! I hope you understand.
Ashna Sisodia
a year ago
Okay I totally get it
Ashna Sisodia
a year ago
Thanks for this thing. I will take care of it
your way of teaching is soo good...we are blessed to have a teacher like u
thanks a lot sir hi👌👌👌
  1. RESEARCH APTITUDE


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  3. PRACTICE SESSION


  4. 1. A sample is a portion of the population that is considered for study and analysis. a) Selected . b) Total c) Fixed d) Random


  5. 2. The larger the size of the population, the should be the sample size. a) Smaller b) Larger c) Accurate d) Fixed


  6. 3. The basic objective of a sample is to draw about the population from which such sample is drawn. . a) Conclusion . b) Characteristics c) Inferences d) Parameters


  7. 4. For a sample to be truly representative of the population, it must truly be . a) Fixed b) Random . c) Specific d) Casual


  8. 5. If the sample size is too small, it may not represent the population or the universe as it is known, thus leading to incorrect inferences. a) Appropriately . b) Reliably c) Homogeneously . d) Heterogeneously