• 1. 
    This section of your research report summarizes your primary findings, interprets them, and connects them to other studies.

  • Discussion
  • Introduction
  • Methods
  • Result
  • 2. 
    It establishes the scope, context and significance of the research to be conducted. This also states the purpose why the study will be conducted.

  • Literature Review
  • Results and Recommendations
  • Methodology
  • Introduction
  • 3. 
    The sources you used on your research.

  • Sources
  • References
  • Literature
  • Results
  • 4. 
    The systematic investigation that aims to establish facts and reach new conclusions.

  • Observation
  • Reseach
  • Investigation
  • Scientific Investigation
  • 5. 
    Research is not considered ethical if it

  • is not a very high standard
  • does not ensure privacy and anonymity of the respondent
  • tries to prove a particular point
  • does not investigate the data scientifically
  • 6. 
    What is the first thing you need to do when you want to research something?

  • Identify the topic.
  • Call your friends.
  • Read every book in the library.
  • 7. 
    Which of the following lists presents the sections of a Research Report in the correct order?

  • Introduction, Abstract, Title page, Literature, Methods, Findings, References, Appendices.
  • Title page, Abstract, Literature, Introduction, Methods, Findings, References, Appendices.
  • Title page, Abstract, Introduction, Literature, Methods, Findings, References, Appendices.
  • Title page, Abstract, Introduction, Literature, Methods, Findings, Appendices, References.
  • 8. 
    The objective of research is to…

  • look for a solution
  • have fun
  • read a lot
  • 9. 
    This is the Modern scientific paper format

  • 10. 
    What does the findings section highlight?

  • The success of the study.
  • Psychological interpretation of the statistical findings.
  • Outcome of data analysis.
  • All of these.
  • 11. 
    The findings are presented in this section of the research paper, not any explanation or discussion on the findings.

  • Discussion
  • Introduction
  • Methods
  • Result
  • 12. 
    What is the purpose of a literature review?

  • To present primary information on a topic
  • To provide a qalitative investigation of an issue
  • To analyse results from primary and secondary data
  • To provide a summary of existing information on a subject
  • 13. 
    This section tells readers how you conducted your study.

  • Discussion
  • Introduction
  • Methods
  • Result
  • 14. 
    This refers to the information or content from different sources ralated to the topic.

  • Literature
  • Methodology
  • References
  • Sources
  • 15. 
    The places where you get information are called…

  • Resources
  • Sources
  • Fountains
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