Iligan City National High School
1st Periodical Test
Yr. & Sec.: _________ Date: _________
Multiple Choice: Write the letter of the correct answer on the space provided.
_____1. Which describe the characteristic of research?
A. considers internal validity
B. prioritize uniqueness
C. ensures internal and external validity
D. elaborates margin of error
_____2. Research paves the way to ___.
A. A better life
B. A complicated life
C. A miserable life
D. A sensitive life
_____3. Which is not the importance of scientific research?
A. Provides a possible solution to a problem
B. Takes care of the environment
C. Protects the balance of the ecosystem
D. Increase business revenue
_____4. What is research without a statement of the problem? It’s like working
A. Without direction
B. With direction
C. Without evidence
D. Without inference
_____5. What is research without methodology? It will be a study with ___.
A. Much error
B. Faulty assumptions
C. Defective instruments
D. No reliable information
_____6. Hypotheses are an/a ___.
A. Wild guesses
B. Assumptions of solutions
C. Elaboration of the limitations of the study
D. Highlights of the end result
_____7. Gathering of data is important because
A. It acknowledges the source of information
B. It recalls the previous information
C. It serves as evidences to prove that your hypotheses are true.
D. It shows the important variables involved
_____8. What is a research study without testing of hypothesis?
A. Assumptions will be proven right.
B. Suggested solutions will be related to another study.
C. Assumptions will be advised to all concern.
D. Significance of the study will not be clear.
E. Is pointless.
_____9. Recommendation helps researcher s to
A. Prove that problem presented is solved.
B. Allow other researchers to create another study.
C. Shows the scope of the study
D. Further expand its application
_____10. Scientific methodology helps researchers to
A. Strictly observe the blue printed procedure
B. Avoid errors
C. Be generic
D. Safely handle the independent varaibles
Use these choices to answer 11-19 questions:
A. True-experimental Design
B. Quasi- experimental Design
C. Repeated Measures Experimental Design
D. Time series Experimental Design
_____11. An experimental design without randomization, control and experimental groups.
_____12. An experimental design which results depends greatly on a certain set of duration.
_____13. Which experimental designs explains the illustration below:
S-subjects X- treatments O- observation
_____14. An experimental design without randomization, control & experimental groups.
_____15. An experimental design that has the weakest internal validity.
_____16. An experimental design that has the strongest internal validity
_____17. An experimental design that has the weakest external validity.
_____18. An experimental design that has the strongest external validity.
_____19. An experimental design which all treatments are administered to all subjects.
_____20. An experimental design which is conducted in real situation.
_____21. Three(3) R’s in research mean
A. Replace, Refine, Reduce
B. Recycle, Reduce, Refine
C. Reuse, Recycle, Repeat
D. Revise, Reuse, Repeat
_____22. SRC stands for
A. Scientific Review Committee
B. Science Research Community
C. Standard Research Communication
D. Systematic Research Collection
_____23. Egg is classified as vertebrate animals when it is within ___hours of hatching.
A. 48 B. 60 C. 72 D. 84
_____24. A study is a human subject when
A. Privacy information are not collected
B. No intervention to human normal routine
C. Product testing has no health hazards
D. Subjects are belonging to vulnerable groups
_____25. A study is not a human subject oriented when
A. The researchers has no interaction with the human subject
B. The researchers has no manipulation of human environment
C. There is recording of personal identifiers
D. Risk level is low
_____26. IRB stands for
A. Institutional Review Board
B. International Review Board
C. Institutional Review Board
D. Internal Review Board
_____27. Which study is NOT allowed?
A. Predator and prey experiment
B. Plant tissues
C. Lower life forms
_____28. Which is the permissible weight loss when conducting a research study?
A. 10 % B. 20 % C. 30 % D. 40%
_____29. Maximum allowed death rate is
A. 50 % B. 40 % C. 30 % D. 20 %
_____30. Which is classified as a risk group?
A. Prisoners B. Adult C. Ants D. Bacteria
_____31. Which is study involves risk activity?
A. Emotional stress
B. Behavioral Study
C. Nonpathogenic bacteria
D. Computer Aided Simulation
_____32. Which is a regulated site for research?
A. Farm B. University C.Private School
_____33. Which is a Non-regulated site?
B. Government Research Agencies
C. Private Research Agencies
_____34. Which is not a requirement of a study held at a non-regulated site?
A. Personal data
B. Nutritional data
C. Animals’ health
D. SRC ‘s approval
_____35. Which is not classified as potentially hazardous biological agent?
A. Saliva B. Cockroaches C. Fungi D. Bacteria
_____36. All studies involving potentially hazardous biological agents must __.
A. Not need a prior SRC approval
B. Be conducted in school
C. Be conducted at home
D. Be at biosafety level 1-2
_____37. Which study needs a prior SRC approval? A study that involves
A. Pathogenic bacteria
B. Baker’s and brewer’s yeast
C. Protests, archae and similar organisms
_____38. If animal is euthanized for the purpose other than students’ project then the study is under
A. Animal Study
B. Invertebrate Animal Study
C. Tissue Study
D. Vertebrate Animal Study
_____39. Study that requires IRB approval
A. Mice B. Hair
C.Sterilized teeth D. Fossilized tissue
_____40. Which is not a hazardous substance?
A. Black powder B. Smokeless powder
C.Sodium Chloride D. Benzene
_____41. Which is a hazardous activity or device?
A. Biogas production
B. Tissue culture
C. Plant reproduction
_____42. Why employing negative and positive control in a study are important? Because it ensures___.
C. the bases of concluding on a certain information
D. the documetation
_____43. Positive control is something that has
A. No effect
B. An effect
C. Unpredictable effect
D. Has a directional effect
_____44. What is plagiarism?
A. Using others people’s work without permission
B. Hiding data
C. Altering data
D. Spending money that aren’t yours.
_____45. Which is an example of plagiarism?
A. Cutting and pasting of information from internet to your own file.
B. Creating a different story.
C. Manufacturing data.
D. Doctoring data.
_____46. Which is falsification?
A. Hiding data
B. Doctoring data
C. Cut and paste
D. Publishing data
_____47. What is non publication?
A. Suppression of data
B. Copying of data
C. Publishing of data
D. Doctoring data
_____48. What is faulty data gathering?
A. Usage of small scale measuring instruments?
B. Usage of defective measuring instruments?
C. Usage of a well calibrated machines
D. Citing the wrong author.
#49-50.Choices to be used:
D. Faulty data gathering
_____49. What ethical issue is involved when one misinterprets a literature?
_____50. What ethical issue is involve when one do not follow procedures correctly.