TRCN Questions in Educational Psychology


TRCN PQE Computer Based Test in Educational Psychology

The TRCN PQE for Educational Psychology draws questions from various topics including the following:
Child, Adolescence and Adult Psychology
Human learning: memory, role–learning, over-learning, theories of learning, etc
Psychological factors that affect learning
Psychological foundations that drive intelligence, motivation, etc
Individual differences and their effects on academic performance

The Teachers' Professional Qualifying Examination is a Computer Based Test (CBT). Practice with the sample past questions below and determine how well you have prepared for the exam

Learning can take place in the following places except — edp26
A. school
B. bus
C. toilet
D. sick bed

Which of the following changes involve learning? edp27
A. A toddler hurt by picking red fire.
B. Changes in lady’s maturation.
C. Adult walking differently after being drunk.
D. Passing of examination.

For changes to be regarded as learning, it must fulfil these conditions except — edp28
A. It must be fairly permanent.
B. Change must occur in a context.
C. It must not be biological process.
D. It must not involve experience.

Learning can be measured in terms of the following except — edp29
A. speed.
B. time of repetition.
C. accuracy.
D. reduction of efforts.

Learning theorists include the following except — edp30
A. behaviourist theorist.
B. cognitive theorist.
C. gestalt theorist.
D. motivation theorist

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Which of the following is often referred to as the moral arm of personality? edp21
A. Ego
B. Id
C. Super ego
D. Super id
The id adjusts to the following defense mechanism to cope with conflicts from our personality except — edp22
A. Projection
B. Rationalisation
C. Displacement
D. Pretension

Learning can be defined as — edp23
A. a relatively permanent change in behaviour due to experience.
B. all changes in behaviour.
C. acquisition of learning.
D. a relatively permanent change in growth due to aging.
In psychology, learning involves — edp24
A. modification of behavioural patterns.
B. an individual process.
C. a combination of information.
D. teaching and learning.
Learning can be categorised as the following except — edp25
A. correct and incorrect learning.
B. conscious and unconscious learning.
C. overt and covert learning.
D. instinctive and non-instinctive learning.

Ana Arm
Author: Ana Arm

Estd. 2013

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