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Research Aptitude Practice Session 13 (in Hindi)
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Talvir Singh
Double JRF Commerce/Management Motivational Speaker Comedy Addict Lyricist 5 Year Teaching Experience #TREND SETTER

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sir pls use dark colour ink bcz some words are not visible
Ravi Prakash
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ok sure thanks for the feedback
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sirji......exremly dipper conceptual base questions. ...mind blowing. ...आप तो पूरे concept को pilot testing कर देते है ......5/5.... I have cleared my JRF June 2019 JRF....JRF....123
  1. RESEARCH APTITUDE


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  3. PRACTICE SESSION


  4. 1. How often does the Census Bureau take a complete population count? a) Every year b) Every five years c) Every ten years d) Twice a year


  5. 2. Which of the following statements are true? a. The larger the sample size, the greater the sampling error . b. The more categories or breakdowns you want to make itn your data analysis, the larger the sample needed c. The fewer categories or breakdowns you want to make in your data analysis, the larger the sample needed d. As sample size decreases, so does the size of the confidence interval


  6. 3. A dependent variable refers to: a) the variable being manipulated or varied in b) a variable with a single value which remains c) the variable which shows us the effect of d) the experimental condition. some way by the researchei. constant in a particular context. the manipulation.


  7. 4. Sampling distributions tend to be what in shape? a) Bimodal b) Flat. c) Positively skewed. d) Normal.


  8. 5. The population consists of the results of repeated trials is named as: . (a) Finite population . (b) Infinite population . (c) Real population . (d) Hypothetical population