Research Question and Hypothesis Development

Refine your research ideas into testable research questions and hypotheses by using research methods.

The research question or problem statement, or hypothesis is the qualifying factor of an investigator in the research process. The research question contributes as a foundation of the study and represents the idea of the study that is to be examined. The hypothesis answers the research question. As we understand their significance in the part of research, we aim to offer a hassle free and efficient service with the inclusion of:

Purpose of study
Identification of variables
Relationship between variables
Population of study
Practical constraints and timeframe
Relevance to study

Direction of study

We find the potential knowledge gap represented by a research question either to replicate the particular study or to explore the existing knowledge base.

Knowledge of literature

An initial answer to one’s research question should comprise of existing theories and studies related to that topic of study. It is absolute for a researcher to project

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Negating hypotheses dilemma

A hypothesis is aimed to state a provisional answer to a research question and test it later. It can add to one’s research in case of being designed to relate between variables.

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Checking question features

A researcher needs to check if a research question projects their interest in the particular area of study. One should also be aware of potential biases and unchecked

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Aspects covered in question

We frame a research question that is answerable with practical constraints using primary and secondary data. We make use of defined concepts and ideas with subject

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Communication with audience

A research question opens the portal to demonstrate one’s knowledge. One needs to put forth their course of action and its importance in concise manner and clarity.

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