Choose the correct letter, A, B or C.
1. How did John choose the topic of his research project?
A He thought the information would be useful for town planning.
B He has a special interest in the use of public services.
C He read about a similar study which had been done earlier.
2. During his research, John is expecting to find that
A The use of public services has altered very little.
B A group of people has changed its habits.
C The most frequently used facility is the library.
3. What is the problem with using official records?
A They may be lacking in detail.
B They may not be readily available.
C They may be difficult to analyse.
4. What does the tutor think about John using a questionnaire to get information?
A He needs to do a course in questionnaire design first.
B He should use this method instead of looking at public records.
C He will find the practice he gets useful the following year.
5. Which new variable does John agree to add to his investigation?
B Income group
6. How many questionnaires will John distribute?
A The same number as in the previous study
B A greater number than he needs for analysis
C The number recommended in the project guidelines
Choose TWO letters, A-E
Which TWO strategies will John use to encourage people to fill out his questionnaire?
A Using simple language
B Delivering the questionnaires in person
C Making the questionnaires anonymous
D Providing return envelopes
E Trialing the questionnaire on friends
Choose TWO letters, A-E.
Which TWO pieces of advice does the tutor give John about his questionnaire?
A There should be a mixture of question types.
B Some questions should elicit personal information.
C There should be an introduction to explain the survey’s purpose.
D A telephone number should be provided for queries.
E The questions should only take a few minutes to answer.
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