# MCQ in Professional Education Practice Drills Part 34 | Licensure Exam for Teachers

(Last Updated On: August 16, 2023) This is the ProfEd Practice Drills, Multiple Choice Questions in Professional Education part 34 as one coverage of Licensure Examinations for Teachers (LET). The exam is divided into two classifications. First is the elementary level exam which covers topics from General Education (GenEd) 40% and Professional Education (ProfEd) 60%. Secondly is the secondary level which covers GenEd 20%, ProfEd 40%, and area of specialization 40%. I assume you are looking for a reviewer that will help you achieve your goal to become a professional License teacher very soon. Yes, you are in the right place to make your dream come true. Make sure to familiarize each and every question to increase the chance of passing the Licensure Examinations for Teachers (LET).

#### PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION (Elementary and Secondary) Coverage

• Teaching Profession, Social Dimensions of Education
• Principles of Teaching, Educational Technology, Curriculum Development
• Facilitating Learning, Child and Adolescent Development
• Assessment of Student Learning, Developmental Reading
• Field Study, Practice Teaching

#### Continue Practice Drills Test Questions Part 34 of the Series

Choose the letter of the best answer in each question.

1651. The item in a multiple-choice type of test which serves as a “joker”

A. Obstractor

B. Error

C. Distractor

D. none of these

Explanation:

1652. A type of scores arrangement in a class which includes all possible score values from highest to lowest with the list of learners “names include.

A. Frequency table

C. Frequency distribution

D. None of these

Explanation:

1653. A special liking or inclination for a particular type of undertaking.

A. interest

B. attitude

C. goal

D. none of these

Explanation:

1654. In psychological measurement, a score of 50 is generally considered as

A. 49.9 – 50.9

B. 49.25 – 50.75

C. 49 – 51

D. 49.5 – 50.5

Explanation:

1655. What is the best measure of typical performance to use when there are extreme measures?

A. mean

B. median

C. mode

D. standard deviation

Explanation:

1656. What measure of central tendency is affected by extreme measures?

A. mean

B. median

C. mode

D. standard deviation

Explanation:

1657. If the mean is larger than the median, the mode is :

A. below the mean

B. above the mean

C. below the median

D. above the median

Explanation:

1658. When plotting the frequency polygon, which part of the score class do we use?

A. lower limit

B. midpoint

C. higher limit

D. entire class interval

Explanation:

1659. A distribution with the greatest frequency at and around the middle and a few high and low scores is:

A. platykurtic

B. leptokurtic

C. mesokurtic

D. skewed

Explanation:

1660. A distribution in which the scores are cluster at either end and shows a curve which is:

A. normal

B. skewed

C. bimodal

D. mesokurtic

Explanation:

1661. One should interpret the percentile rank of a given score in the terms of percentage of:

A. number of correct responses

B. number of items in the test

C. number of cases in the distribution

D. number of wrong response

Explanation:

1662. A distribution that is step with a narrow range is called:

A. kurtosis

B. mesokurtic

C. leptokurtic

D. platykutic

Explanation:

1663. The least reliable measure o dispersion is the:

A. range

B. Q

C. Mode

D. SD

Explanation:

1664. What test includes items which measure variety of mental operations combined into a single sequence from which only a single score is taken?

A. objective test

B. percentile

C. omnibus

D. none of the above

Explanation:

1665. What is measure of an individual’s intelligence which considers both his scores in an intelligence test and his chronological age?

A. Intelligence quotient

B. Inventory

C. Individual test of intelligence

D. Mental age

Explanation:

1666. What diagram is used to determine the social interactions among individuals in a group?

A. scatter diagram

B. norm

C. sociogram

D. parallelogram

Explanation:

1667. What test is made after certain norms have been established?

A. standardized test

B. norm

C. speed test

D. none of these

Explanation:

1668. What type of scores is obtained when a highly reliable measuring instrument is used?

A. T-score

B. Z-score

C. True score

D. N-score

Explanation:

1669. The kind of statistics that is used to describe a big number o data on hand. These data usually include numerals, decimals, fraction and percentages.

A. descriptive statistics

B. inferential statistics

C. survey statistuics

D. simple statistuics

Explanation:

1670. A test where the results are obtained from a large group. The evaluation is based on certain norm or standard set, hence, the norm becomes the basis of the test evaluation.

A. criterion-reference test

B. summative test

C. norm-reference test

D. formative test

Explanation:

1671. The test results in this type o test are compared with an absolute standard. They indicate whether or not a student needs more or less help on certain skills.

A. criterion-reference test

B. norm-reference test

C. formative test

D. summative test

Explanation:

1672. This evaluation device includes an analysis of all the scores in a given distribution. It is commonly used to estimate the test validity.

A. statistics

B. standard deviation

C. variables

D. quartile deviation

Explanation:

1673. The information shows by these data, includes the highest, middle, and lowest scores, even the missing scores in a tabulated data presentation.

A. frequency data

B. concluded data

C. gathered data

D. surveyed data

Explanation:

1674. The measure of variability not influenced by extreme scores is the:

A. Q

B. Range

C. MD

D. Sd

Explanation:

1675. The semi-quartile range is a measurement of:

A. probability

B. central tendency

C. reliability

D. correlation

Explanation:

1676. The measure of scores density around the median is the

A. range

B. quartile deviation

C. mean deviation

D. standard deviation

Explanation:

1677. The greatest weakness of the range as a measure of variability it its

A. intricate computation

B. ease of computation

C. extreme in stability

D. difficulty of interpretation

Explanation:

1678. The largest measure o variability from the central tendency distribution is:

A. average deviation

B. range

C. quartile deviation

D. standard deviation

Explanation:

1679. Which of the following cannot illustrate two distribution is:

A. Cumulative frequency curve

B. Cumulative percentage curve

C. Histogram

D. Scattergram

Explanation:

1680. A distribution characterized by many high scores and a few very low scores is:

A. Leptokurtic

B. Negatively skewed

C. Platykurtic skewed

D. Positively skewed

Explanation:

1681. The range is an expression of:

A. central tendency

B. concentration

C. correlation

D. variability

Explanation:

1682. The root-mean-square deviation is generally known as:

A. Average deviation

B. Quartile deviation

C. Range

D. Standard deviation

Explanation:

1683. Synonymous to median, this term refers to the common average of a set of sores.

A. arithmetic

B. class interval

C. score

D. none of these

Explanation:

1684. A system of grouping closely-related score values into a single category which is often used in tallying scores for a class.

A. Criterion

B. Class interval

C. Converted scores

D. None of these

Explanation:

1685. A statistical index which represents the relationship between two varying measures which occurs within a class.

A. cross-validation

B. correlation coefficient

C. ceiling

D. none of these

Explanation:

1686. The difference between the highest and lowest score in a given set of scores.

A. Quartile

B. Range

C. Profile

D. None of these

Explanation:

1687. Scores tendency to group at one end and spread out at the opposite end of a given distribution of scores.

A. Skewness

B. Unevenness

C. unreability

D. none of these

Explanation:

1688. When a test succeeds in determining accurately the particular attribute of a person who is tested, it is said to be

A. reliable

B. variable

C. valid

D. none of these

Explanation:

1689. The standard used to interpret test scores

A. norm

B. mode

C. percentile

D. none of these

Explanation:

1690. An index of a person’s intelligence in relation to other of his own age group

A. intelligence quotient

C. personality

D. none of these

Explanation:

A. prognostic test

B. cognitive test

C. vocabulary test

D. none of these

Explanation:

1692. A rational treatment of raw scores arranged in numerical order or grouped in intervals to get information about how an individual of a group compares with the total population.

A. norm

B. frequency distribution

C. equalization of scores

D. none of these

Explanation:

1693. Test norms are based on:

A. the actual performance of a representative group of students

B. the predetermined levels of standards of performance

C. he performance of a selected group of students

D. the anticipator performance of a group of students

Explanation:

1694. A test with a difficulty index of 0.85 is considered:

A. high, therefore difficult

B. low, therefore easy

C. high, therefore easy

D. low, therefore difficult

Explanation:

1695. A clear example of a future-oriented test is the :

A. Philippine Achievement Test

B. Otislemon Mental Ability

C. Personality Test

D. National College Entrance

Explanation:

1696. Which of the types of ability is not generally measured by intelligence tests?

A. Quantitative

B. Verbal

C. Reasoning

D. Social

Explanation:

1697. The Rorschach Test and Thematic Association Test are oath referred to as ______ tests.

A. projective

B. psychometric

C. sociometric

D. analytic

Explanation:

1698. Which of the following is considered as a serious with personality tests?

A. reliability

B. scorability

C. usability

D. validity

Explanation:

1699. Attitudes towards communism or socialism are best measured with:

A. sociometry

B. questionnaires & interviews

C. checklist & multiple choice

Explanation:

1700. Two classes are given the same arithmetic test and the mean for both classes is 57. The standard deviation for class A is 5.1, while that of Class is 10.3. On the basis of the above data, we may conclude that with respect to arithmetic achievement:

A. Class A is more heterogeneous than Class B

B. The teaching of arithmetic is more effective in Class A.

C. Class B is more heterogeneous than Class A

D. There is no sufficient data for making a comparison.

Explanation:

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