= Characteristics of a Good Questionnaire =
send some questionnaire in this topic.....Marketing of Financial Services......send to email@example.com
need a good questionnaire on competency mapping can i get it please
The purpose of a questionnaire is to get generalized answers and determine whether your a good fit for whatever. A questionnaire will tell them if you have the basic things they require.
you put clothing or fabric questions just the ones which invovle your topic
The best way to create a good questionnaire is to make sure it isn't biased. You also want to make sure that your questionnaire ask questions that pertain to the information you are looking for.
This is a good question to place on a football questionnaire: Who was the only Heisman Award winner whose team had a losing record?
a good play topic is the nativity
A questionnaire is a great way of getting relevant, up-to-date information without having to spend to much money.
"Why do you think you are good for this job?" is probably the most important question. And his/her experience.
I have to do. History one and holocaust is a good topic
Qualities of a good questionnaire:-ObjectivesA good questionnaire is developed based on a specific set of objectives of what the researchers want to know. The researchers who create the questionnaire must know what they are looking to find out by using the questionnaire.DirectionsQuestionnaires should contain directions to the respondents, so that people who take the questionnaire understand what to do and how their answers are scored.MeasurabilityA quantitative questionnaire means that the questions are formatted in such a way that the answers are measurable. Measurability is critical to good questionnaires because researchers can extract specific information, data or statistics from results that are quantitative.Question SequenceIt is important for those who design questionnaires to consider the sequence of questions. The questions on a questionnaire should flow in a logical order to avoid respondent .TechnicalitiesCertain technicalities come into play when developing good questionnaires. One of the things to keep in mind is that you should avoid using industry jargon or slang.