Chapter 15. Assessment / Evaluation

1. The absolute zero is located
(a) named scale (b) transferred scale
(c) Serial scale (d) Proportional scale
Ans: (d)

2. It is openly observed that the measurement involves …………..
(a) Government (b) Environment
(c) learning (d) assessment
Ans: (d)

3. An attitude of fair appreciation of its worth can be found with the idea of ​​a mental …………….
(a) evaluation (b) behavior
(c) measurement (d) consideration
Ans: (c)

4. “All activities that are carried out by the teacher and learner to assess themselves”, which provide information to improve teaching and learning activities as a feedback. What is it called?
(a) achievement test (b) assessment
(c) Examination (d) Learning
Ans: (b)

5. The best measure of measurement of individual differences is-
(a) nominal scale (b) interval scale
(c) ordinal scale (d) proportional scale
Ans: (b)

6. An interactive process between student and teacher that changes their learning environment.
(a) assessment (b) assessment
(c) Both a and b (d) None of the above
Ans: (c)

7 . The assessment
(A) Kids Level (name) and the best strategy to classify
(b) To actively promote competitive spirit in children
(c) generates stress and pressure to ensure learning
(d) is a way to improve learning
Ans: (d)

8 . Which of the following statements about estimation are correct?
(1) Assessment should help students to see their strengths and vacancies and teachers can fix them accordingly.
(2) Assessment is only meaningful when students have comparative assessment.
(3) Assessment should not only be on memory, but also on comprehension and application.
(4) Assessment cannot be objective unless it communicates fear and anxiety.
(a) 1 and 2 (b) 2 and 3
(c) 2 and 4 (d) 1 and 3
Ans: (d)

9. Who is the best of the following measurement levels?
(a) nominal (b) ratio
(c) sequential (d) interval
Ans: (b)

10 . The scale that has all the properties of the interval along with absolute zero is called −.
(a) Named scale (b) ordinal scale
(c) interval scale (d) ratio scale
Ans: (d)

11. Which of the following functions (operations) helps us to validate information?
(a) evaluation (b) divergent thinking
(c) convergent thinking (d) cognition
Ans: (a)

12. Evaluate
(a) Should be a part of teaching-learning process.
(b) should be done only with reference to numbers.
(c) Should be based on objective type written works.
(d) should be taken as a separate activity.
Ans: (a)

13. Which of the following reasons should there be for the evaluation of children?
(i) To separate and name children as ‘non-achievement’, ‘low-achievement’, ‘average’ and ‘high-achievement’. (ii) to improve teaching-learning processes in the classroom. (iii) To find out about learning changes and progress in children over time. (iv) Discussing with parents about the child’s abilities, possibilities, strong sides and challenging aspects.
(a) (i), (ii), (iii) (b) (ii), (iii), (iv)
(c) (ii), (iv) (d) (i), (ii), (iii), (iv)
Ans: (b)

14. What should be the primary objective of the assessment?
(a) Nomination of students on the basis of their marks.
(b) To pass a pass or fail in the report card.
(c) Setting a category for students.
(d) To understand children’s clarity and misconceptions about related concepts.
Ans: (d)

15. Assessment in Science-
(a) There should be a complete scientific and multiple choice test
(b) Should be at the end of student activities
(c) There should be a unified part of all activities
(d) Include only topics and suffixes and leave the process and attitude
Ans: (c)

16. Successful practice of achievement of ………….. is a real test.
(a) teacher (b) headmaster
(c) learning (d) assessment
Ans: (c)

17. The objective of evaluation is-
(a) Labeling children as slow learning and talented children
(b) Identifying children who need remedial education
(c) Detecting learning difficulties and problem areas
(d) To provide confirmation of the extent to which education has been prepared to live a productive life.
Ans: (d)

18. The objective of evaluation is-
(a) Declaring the child as passed / failed
(b) Knowing what the child has learned
(c) Knowing the difficulties faced by the child in learning
(d) All of the above
Ans: (d)

19. The evaluation process has three important points
(a) Objective Learning experience and assessment tools
(b) Students, teachers and objectives
(c) Students Social and learning experiences
(d) Student examination and results
Ans: (a)

20. be evaluated
(a) The assessment will read children
(b) Find out about children’s achievement
(c) Knowledge of children’s learning level
(d) Achievement of teachers is known.
Ans: (c)

21 . The assessment is objective if−
(A) that students and teachers feedback (feedback) received.
(b) It should be only once, at the end of the year.
(c) Comparative evaluation should be done to differentiate the achievements of the students.
(d) It communicates fear and tension in the students.
Ans: (a)

22 . Evaluation means
(a) Finding the need of students
(b) To find out the intelligence of students
(c) To study the success and failure of students’ learning
(d) Health test.
Ans: (c)

23 . What is assessment required in learning?
(a) For grades and marks
(b) for testing test
(c) For inspiration
(d) To promote the purpose of segregation and gradation
Ans: (c)

24 . Which of the following is the most appropriate way of estimating?
(a) Assessment is a process inherent in teaching-learning.
(b) Assessment should be done twice in an academic session – in the beginning and in the end
(c) Assessment should not be done by the teacher but by an external agency
(d) Assessment should be done at the end of the session
Ans: (a)

25. Evaluation in educational development means
(a) Assessment of progress of students
(b) Evaluation of class records
(c) Performance evaluation
(d) Knowledge ability assessment
Ans: (a)

26. Assessment is an integral part of the teaching-learning process because:
(a) From the assessment, the teacher understands the learning of the children and also confirms their teaching with them.
(b) Assessment is the only method that assures that teachers teach and children learn.
(c) In today’s time, only marks are important in education.
(d) Children should be given marks so that they can understand where they are compared to their classmates.
Ans: (a)

27. Evaluation (A Ssessment) should be the main reason –
(a) Deciding whether the student should be promoted to the next class
(b) Diagnosing and treating learning deficiencies
(c) Removing learner’s errors
(d) measuring the achievement of learners
Ans: (b)

28. Which of the following represents the area of ‘evaluation’ (eva luating) in Bloom’s revisited classification ?
(a) charts using data (graph) or chart (chart) to build
(b) To test the logical consistency of a solution
(c) To evaluate the relevance of the data provided
(d) Creating a novel method for grading goods
Ans: (b)

29. Which method is used to test acquired knowledge
(a) Estimation method (b) Project method
(c) Q&A successive method (d) Observational method
Ans: (a)

30. The objective of summative assessment is-
(a) To find out how well a student has performed on time-specific and different tasks.
(b) Facilitating learning and not providing grades
(c) Finding a student who is experiencing difficulty in achieving an equivalent with his peers
(d) To find out the progress before the instruction of the next unit.
Ans: (a)

31. Which of the following highlights assessment of learning?
(a) The teacher assesses the performance of a student in comparison to the performance of others.
(b) In addition to focusing on the thinking processes of the students, the teacher also assesses their conceptual understanding.
(c) The teacher compares students’ answers with ‘standard’ answers and assesses them.
(d) The teacher assesses the students based on the information given in the text-books.
Ans: (b)

32. Christina takes her class on a field trip and discusses the excursion with her students when she returns. It points to …..
(a) Learning to assess
(b) Learning assessment
(c) Assessment of learning
(d) Assessment for learning
Ans: (c)

33 . It is known when tests are given at the end of the semester.
(a) Summative Assessment (b) Clinical Assessment
(c) Interim Assessment (d) Formative Assessment
Ans: (a)

34. Benchmark assessment is also called:
(a) summative assessment (b) diagnostic assessment
(c) Interim Assessment (d) Formative Assessment
Ans: (c)

35. Teachers can use both assessment and learning assessment for learning—
(a) To know the progress and achievement level of children
(b) Knowing the learning needs of the child and choosing the teaching strategy accordingly
(c) In assessing and certifying the performance of the child at periodic intervals
(d) Monitoring the progress of children and setting appropriate targets to fill their learning gaps
Ans: (b)

36. The type of assessment used by the class leader (preacher) which is done in the development of learning at the time of instruction is called,
(a) clinical evaluation (b) formative evaluation
(c) Placement evaluation (d) Compiled evaluation
Ans: (b)

37. The objective of formative assessment is
(a) Monitoring progress and planning remedial instruction
(b) To find out the students’ understanding
(c) To find out the objectives of the teacher
(d) To provide grades.
Ans: (a)

38 . Which of the following statements is true?
(a) The main purpose of formative assessment is to grade the achievement of students
(b) Formative assessment summarizes the development of learners from time to time.
(c) Constructive assessment can sometimes be computational and vice versa.
(d) Computational assessment means that assessment is a continuous and integral part of learning.
Ans: (c)

39 . When a cook tastes food while cooking, it is similar to ……….
(a) Assessment of learning
(b) assessment for learning
(c) assessment as learning
(d) Assessment and learning
Ans: (b)

40 . In addition to …………… all of the following promote assessment in the form of learning
(a) Asking the learners to take internal feedback
(b) Creating a safe environment for learners to take opportunities
(c) Telling students to meditate on the topic taught
(d) Take the students continuous test as much as possible
Ans: (d)

41 . Assessment for learning
(a) promotes motivation
(b) for the purpose of segregation and rank
(c) emphasizes on giving importance to grades completely
(d) is specific and in itself is an assessment activity
Ans: (a)

42 . Which of the following is not a suitable formative assessment task?
(a) Open ended questions
(b) project
(c) observation
(d) Determining the order of students
Ans: (d)

43. Assessment of students can be done by teachers in teaching to develop this insight:
(a) Identifying the students to be promoted in higher class
(b) Do not promote students who are not suited to the level of the school
(c) Change in teaching approach as per the requirement of the learners
(d) Forming groups of ‘talented’ and ‘weak’ students in the class
Ans: (c)

44. A teacher collects class assignments and studies them, Thereafter plans and adjusts his next lesson to meet the needs of the learners. He is doing ……….
(a) Assessment as learning
(b) assessment for learning
(c) learning time assessment
(d) assessment of learning
Ans: (b)

45. A teacher / teacher students in conceptual maps reflect their Avbodnatmkta a subject (Concept Ma P) said the building / calls. That –
(a) Awakening the memory of the students at a slow pace
(b) is assessing constructively
(c) Summary of students’ key points is testing ability of writing
(d) is trying to develop rubrics to evaluate the achievement of students
Ans: (b)

46. Assessment for learning takes care of the following except
(a) Capabilities of students (b) Requirements of students
(c) Students ‘errors (d) Students’ learning styles
Ans: (b)

47. Learning …… Assessment, Between assessment and instruction …… affects learning by the strengthening of …… .
(a) of Of difference (b) ; The difference
(c) for For relationships (d) ; Difference
Ans: (c)

48. Which one of the following is not an appropriate tool for Forma tive Assessment ?
(a) session examination (b) quiz and games
(c) Dutt work (d) Verbal questions
Ans: (a)

49. Assessment regarding the outcome of students’ learning is known as ___ assessment.
(a) Diagnostic (b) Benchmark
(c) creative (d) curative
Ans: (d)

50. The primary goal of an initial assessment for learning should be:
(a) To check the attendance of the child in class
(b) To check memory power
(c) Helping to improve writing arts
(d) Understanding gaps in learning
Ans: (d)

51. Child-centered education usually involves the following-
(a) Immediate or on-the-spot assessment
(b) No evaluation
(c) More summative assessment
(d) More formative assessment
Ans: (d)

52. Round robin charts are used as ……….
(a) summative estimation (b) diagnostic calculus
(c) Interim assessment (d) Constructive assessment
Ans: (d)

53. Assessment for learning includes:
(a) Sharing of examples at different levels of success according to certain criteria
(b) to provide grades or marking contrary to the work of the students
(c) Summative use of summative assessment
(d) Use of tests and exams
Ans: (a)

54. Assessing the achievement of learners helps teachers
(a) In keeping record of the performance of the learners
(b) In evaluating the effectiveness of teaching-learning methods
(c) Creating capacity groups of learners in classrooms
(d) In preparing the list of activities for teaching
Ans: (b)

55. The methods used in schools to evaluate the achievement of students are-
(a) Quantitative and inspection method
(b) Quantitative and qualitative method
(c) qualitative and interview method
(d) None of the above
Ans: (b)

56 . School based assessment is mainly based on which principle?
(A) assess very economical (economy) should be
(b) Teachers know their learners’ abilities better than external examiners
(c) Students should get good grades at any cost
(d) Schools are more competent than the external examination bodies
Ans: (b)

57 . School based assessment
(a) Focuses on techniques rather than results
(b) Gives less control to learners on what will be assessed
(c) Promotes learning by providing constructive feedback
(d) Promotes teaching for the exam as it consists of continuous test
Ans: (c)

58. Those teachers who work under school based assessment-
(a) They have to give project work in each subject to each learner.
(b) To assess the values ​​and attitudes of the learners, make a daily observation of them.
(c) Have a sense of ownership for the system.
(d) They are burdened with more work, because they often have to take the exam including Monday exam.
Ans: (c)

59. School Based Assessment-
(a) makes learners and teachers serious and careless.
(b) reduces the accountability of the Board of Education.
(c) obstructs the attainment of universal national standards.
(d) Helps all learners to learn more in familiar environment.
Ans: (d)

60. In Collaborative Learning, It is better that students go through ……….
(a) automatic assessment (b) constructive assessment
(c) peer assessment (d) summative assessment
Ans: (c)

61. Which of the following is not related to continuous and comprehensive evaluation?
(a) It is mandated by the Right to Education Act of India.
(b) It is an integral part of the teaching-learning process.
(c) It focuses on the achievement of the child in various education fields.
(d) It is useful in characterizing children as slow, bad or intelligent.
Ans: (d)

62. Observing a child playing in the school grounds, What kind of inspection is there?
(a) formal (b) informal
(c) Participant (d) None of the above
Ans: (b)

63. What does continuous and overall evaluation involve?
(a) Computational assessment only
(b) Neither structural nor computational assessment
(c) Using both structural and computational estimation using a variety of strategies.
(d) Structural assessment only
Ans: (c)

64. Most of the children who have achieved low grades in English test, what the teacher will do for their low grade.
(a) Diagnostic assessment (b) Dexterity test
(c) Achievement test (d) Aptitude test
Ans: (a)

65. Which of the following cannot be a part of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) ?
(a) Accumulated record (b) Dutt work
(c) Parent-teacher meeting (d) Annecdotal record
Ans: (a)

66. Which of the following statements is not true for continuous and comprehensive evaluation?
(a) It is a school based assessment
(b) It reduces stress in students
(c) It uses grades instead of numbers.
(d) This increases the burden on teachers
Ans: (d)

67. The term ‘comprehensive assessment’ implies
(a) Differential evaluation
(b) Evaluation by a group of teachers
(c) Many long-term tests
(d) Evaluation of academic and co-educational aspects of student growth
Ans: (d)

68. In CCE,, is the total value of formal and summative determinations.
(A), respectively, 40% and 60% (b), respectively, 60% and 40%
(c) 50% and 50% respectively (d) None of the above
Ans: (a)

69. Continuous and comprehensive assessment in place of examination is more suitable for quality oriented education, because it consists of:
(a) Cognitive area is evaluated.
(b) Covalent field is evaluated.
(c) Evaluation is continuous and comprehensive.
(d) All of the above
Ans: (d)

70. The term ‘comprehensive’ in continuous comprehensive evaluation means
(a) cognitive (b) co-cognitive
(c) Both (a) and (b) (d) None of these
Ans: (c)

71. Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation means
(a) Taking regular monthly examination
(b) Assessing the academic and co-educational areas regularly during the learning process
(c) Conducting regular classroom activities
(d) awarding marks or grades
Ans: (b)

72. During the process of teaching and learning children, information about how they are doing that work
(a) Should be given after completion of work
(b) should be given continuously while working
(c) Should be given once in between jobs
(d) there is no need
Ans: (b)

73 . Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation, Comprehensive evaluation terminology means—
(a) Evaluation of all subjects
(b) Evaluation of co-educational field
(c) Evaluation of academic and co-educational fields
(d) Educational sector assessment
Ans: (c)

74 . Children should be evaluated
(a) By board examination
(b) Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation
(c) By home examination
(d) By written and oral examination
Ans: (b)

75 . Which of the following assessment methods will nurture the students’ best ability?
(a) When the students are required to repeat the facts in the form of tests done through multiple choice questions.
(b) When the positive correlation between exam scores and students’ qualifications is emphasized.
(c) When conceptual changes and alternative solutions of students are assessed by various methods of estimation.
(d) When the marks and place obtained by the student in the class are the sole determinants of success.
Ans: (c)

76. For what is continuous and comprehensive evaluation required?
(a) To coordinate the test with teaching
(b) To reduce accountability of Board of Education
(c) Correcting mistakes made frequently
(d) To understand how learning is observed, is recorded and can be improved.
Ans: (d)

77. Continuous and comprehensive evaluation emphasizes
(a) On the redundancy of board examinations
(b) Continuous testing on a wide scale to ensure learning
(c) On how to record and improve learning
(d) Harmony of examinations with teaching
Ans: (c)

78 . To make assessment a ‘useful and interesting’ process, one must be conscious of —-.
(a) To give students the degree of intelligent or average learner
(b) Using a variety of methods to obtain information about student learning in academic and co-educational areas
(c) Feedback (feedback) to use technical language to
(d) Comparing between different students
Ans: (b)

79. In the scheme of continuous and comprehensive evaluation, the word ‘broad’ is supported by the addition of …
(a) J.R. P. Guilford’s Theory of Intelligence
(b) L. L. Thestern’s theory of primary mental abilities
(c) multiplicity principle
(d) information processing theory
Ans: (a)

80. Which of the following are not part of quantitative prerequisites for continuous and comprehensive evaluation?
(a) classes (b) school
(c) Teacher (d) Course
Ans: (d)

81. Which one of the following is not an approach to knowing constructive determinants in the school sector?
(a) Conversation skills (b) Multiple choice questions
(c) Project work (d) Verbal questions
Ans: (b)

82 . Which of the following is not a defect of the questionnaire method?
(a) Creating good questions is a difficult task.
(b) By this method the views of many people can be known.
(c) The questions involved may not be well planned.
(d) People may not be interested in answering questions.
Ans: (b)

83. Need for constructive answers
(a) Open answer questions (b) Factual questions
(c) Questions with limited answers (d) Direct questions
Ans: (a)

84. The most effective evaluation method is
(a) Annual Examination System (b) Parent Examination System
(c) Semester system (d) Objective question system
Ans: (d)

85. Which of the following is the best option for essay questions?
(a) Discuss Newton’s law of motion.
(b) Explain Newton’s three laws of motion.
(c) What is Newton’s law of motion?
(d) Write an article on Newton’s law of motion.
Ans: (d)

86. The following is the correct statement regarding the quality of objective tests.
I. These can be numbered quickly and easily II. These are not affected by the personal influence of the examiners. III. They are more reliable and valid due to objectivity . IV. neither of the above
(a) I only (b) I, II and III
(c) IV only (d) II and III
Ans (b)

87 . What type of questions should the students ask in the exam?
(a) Memory and comprehension based
(b) Objective and thematic
(c) Understanding and application based
(d) Objective only
Ans: (c)

88 . Multiple choice questions assess the ability of children to …………..
(a) Forming the correct answer
(b) Explaining the correct answer
(c) Identifying the correct answer
(d) Recollect the correct answer
Ans: (c)

89. Which type of questions are placed in the category of objective type questions?
(a) Short answer question (b) Free answer question
(c) True or False (d) Essay question
Ans: (c)

90. The ideal ‘waiting time’ for getting feedback from students should be in the correct ratio of ……
(a) Time taken by the students to answer the questions of previous lessons
(b) Relevance of the question in real life
(c) The time allotted for a particular case in the curriculum
(d) the difficulty level of the question
Ans: (d)

91. Creative answers require –
(a) Free-Answer Questions
(b) a highly disciplined class
(c) Direct Learning and Direct Questions
(d) thematic questions
Ans: (a)

92. Required for reducing pressure and success in examinations
(a) Transfer to short duration examinations
(b) Conducting examinations at various stages of school education
(c) Annual and half yearly examinations
(d) Establishment of various agencies for various entrance examinations.
Ans: (a)

93. Jack is a weak student in mathematics. Which of the following tests best supports the above statement?
(a) IQ test (b) Aptitude test
(c) Achievement test (d) Skill based test
Ans: (c)

94. Why are standardized tests conducted?
(a) For the identification of children with low intelligence
(b) To identify talented children
(c) For identification of backward children
(d) To identify deaf children
Ans: (b)

95. In presenting the fifth grade to take an authenticated reading test, the teacher is highly advised that
(a) Telling children that testing is very important and they will do well in it
(b) To mark the main questions from the previous examination and allow students to answer them.
(c) To train the lower class readers so that the remaining children of the class do well in any way.
(d) Making students practice to answer the same type of questions that come in the test
Ans: (d)

96. One of the criticisms of standardized tests is that—
(a) mainly represent mainstream culture and hence biased
(b) Their language is difficult to understand
(c) The tests cannot be applied to large populations
(d) They do not give a clear picture of the child’s potential
Ans: (a)

97. Which assessment measures a student’s performance against a certain set of predetermined standards?
(a) general-reference assessment
(b) criterion-referenced estimation
(c) clinical assessment
(d) Assessment of achievement
Ans: (b)

98. After preparing a test, a teacher administers children of the same age group to check the continuity of scores. He is looking for
(a) Validity (b) Credibility
(c) Objectivity (d) Utility
Ans: (b)

99. After a teacher creates a paper,, checks whether the questions are being tested for the specific purpose of the test. He is mainly concerned about the question paper / k …………..
(a) To include the entire content
(b) Types of questions
(c) reliability
(d) Validity
Ans: (d)

100 . Which of the following is different from the characteristics of a good test?
(a) reliability (b) validity
(c) Objectivity (d) Aptitude
Ans: (d)

101. If the same students consistently get the same result then it is a ………… assessment.
(a) valid (b) illegal
(c) reliable (d) unreliable
Ans: (c)

102. It is a ………… estimation, one of which is intended for measurement.
(a) valid (b) illegal
(c) reliable (d) unreliable
Ans: (a)

103. Which of the following characteristics is most desirable for a measuring device?
(a) reliability (b) validity
(c) Objectivity (d) Standards
Ans: (b)

104. Differential test inter-
(a) weak students (b) normal students
(c) Talented students (d) All of the above
Ans: (d)

105. Which of the following is a method of evaluation?
(a) Questionnaire (b) Interview
(c) Vote list (d) All these
Ans: (d)

106 . Which of the following will be seen in the role of students in their own assessment in the structural classroom of a high elementary school?
(a) Creating a detailed guideline on how the achievement and reputation of the students in the class will be correlated with the marks
(b) Denying the role of assessment in teaching learning
(c) Students will be the sole determinants of their assessment
(d) Students will plan for assessment with the teacher
Ans: (d)

107. Evaluation by paper-pencil tests only
(a) limits the estimation
(b) promotes gross estimation
(c) facilitates overall assessment
(d) facilitates continuous evaluation
Ans: (a)

108. What is meant by ‘self-regulation of learner’?
(a) Rules and regulations made by the student body
(b) to make regulations for the behavior of students
(c) Self-discipline and control
(d) Ability to self-monitor their learning
Ans: (d)

109. The ‘self-rule’ of the learners indicates …….
(a) Exchange of rules made by the student body
(b) Self-discipline and control
(c) their ability to self-supervise their learning
(d) Making exchange for the behavior of students
Ans: (c)

110. ‘Sociometry technique’ is used-
(a) In checking the economic status (b) In survey of society
(c) In the investigation of socialization (d) All of the above
Ans: (c)

112. Reasonable form of assessment of student’s experimental efficiency is
(a) Interview (b) Overview
(c) Questionnaire (d) Written Examination
Ans: (b)

113 . In class, learners have been told that they can do for their society — combine their work in a notebook with various artifacts to show it. What kind of activity is this?
(a) essay assessment (b) history record
(c) Problem-solving estimation (d) Portfolio estimation
Ans: (d)

114. The selection of materials for the portfolio of pupils while ___ of ___ must be.
(a) other teachers; Inclusion (b) students; Inclusion
(c) parents; Inclusion (d) students; Exclusion
Ans: (b)

115. In addition to …….. the following are the features of the event / record.
(a) It is a complete factual report in sufficient detail
(b) it is subjective evidence of behavior and so the feedback to the academic field (feedback) is not available
(c) It is an accurate description of events
(d) It describes the personal development or social interactions of the child.
Ans: (b)

116. Grading, Coding, Marking and Credit Accumulation Systems are some examples of …… .
(a) Procedure for evaluation of answer papers of the examination
(b) Method of representation of the position of children in the class
(c) the article sheet (report card) showing academic progress
(d) Enumeration method of assessing the achievement of the learners
Ans: (d)

117. “How is grade different from marks?” This question is related to which of the following types of questions?
(a) analytical (b) free-ended
(c) Problem-solving (d) Divergent
Ans: (a)

118. Which of the following does not use intelligence test?
(a) Selection of students for scholarship
(b) Evaluation of teacher’s performance
(c) Grading of a student
(d) Predicting the success of a student
Ans: (c)

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