Statistics Testbank (part 1): Research methods & Descriptive
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- Some basic knowledge of descriptive statistics and research methods/designs
Are you ready for your statistics exam?
Learning statistics is very often daunting for students. There are many courses out there that will teach you how to collect new data and describe a data set. Here, students will have the opportunity to assess their current knowledge of the first part of any statistics course, which is the descriptive statistics and research methods/designs.
Research methods/designs are the strategies, processes or techniques utilised in the collection of data for analysis in order to uncover new information or create better understanding of a topic. Descriptive statistics are used to describe the basic features of the data in a study. This includes the measures of central tendency (e.g.., mean, median, mode) and those of variability (e.g., standard deviation, variance, shapes of distributions of scores ).
Here, students will have access to 6 complete tests. Each test contains 30 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) of various difficulty levels. Those types of test are used in educational examinations all around the world. A test is passed when a score of at least 60% (i.e., 18 correct answers out of 30) is obtained. However, it is recommended that students retake the tests as many times as necessary until they achieve a score they feel happy with.
As a student, taking these tests once will assess your current knowledge of research methods and descriptive statistics; taking these tests several times will help you remember the information and extend or consolidate your knowledge. As a teacher, lecturer, or professor, this large test bank could be a very useful resource for designing your own assessments.
- All students learning statistics at different levels: High school, College, Undergraduate, Graduate, Master, and Postgraduate students
- Teachers, lecturers, or professors who are looking for examples of multiple choice questions for their own assessments