This set of Professional Communication Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “Technical Report”.
1. A technical report reduces to writing the facts of a particular situation.
Explanation: The statement is true. A technical report reduces to writing the facts of a particular situation, project, process or test.
2. A technical report establishes a _______
a) illogical conclusion
b) logical conclusion
c) personal prejudice
d) misplaced learning
Explanation: A technical report establishes a logical conclusion on the basis of the facts laid down and the purpose for which these facts are required.
3. Which of these must never be a basis for a technical report?
c) Personal prejudices
Explanation: A report must never be based on personal prejudices and misplaced learning. It must be objective. It highlights the significance of the facts.
4. Which of these must be avoided in a technical report?
b) Logical conclusion
c) Objective evaluation
d) Subjective evaluation
Explanation: A technical report must always be objective. There is very little place for subjective evaluation in a report. A technical report establishes a logical conclusion.
5. A report may be used for reading or hearing.
Explanation: The statement is true. A report may be used for reading or hearing. The language would change in both cases because spoken language is different from written language.
6. Which of these is not a parameter in a report?
a) Extent of information
b) Quality of information
c) Age of writer
d) Ability to acquire information
Explanation: There are eight basic parameters in a report: extent and quality of information, ability to acquire additional information, etc..
7. Which of these is not a parameter of a report?
a) Ability to acquire additional information
b) Quality of additional information acquired
c) Ability to arrive at subjective evaluation
d) Ability to provide worthwhile recommendations
Explanation: There are many basic parameters of a report: Ability to acquire additional information, quality of additional information acquired, ability to arrive at objective evaluation, etc..
8. To which of these people is the report not very crucial?
d) Business executives
Explanation: Reports are of crucial importance to engineers, scientists, business executives and public administrators.
9. Which of these reports is raised annually?
a) Inventory reports
b) Confidential reports
c) Laboratory reports
d) Inspection reports
Explanation: Confidential reports or Annual confidential reports are raised annually. They are raised to evaluate the performance of a particular employee.
10. Which of these is not a part of a report?
a) Front matter
c) Front cover
d) Title page
Explanation: A report can be divided into three parts: front matter, front cover and title page.
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