Questionnaire and Experiments

The success of any research largely rests on the data and the understanding of such data. While questionnaires will help you to collect data, experiments lead to outcomes based on certain variables and assumptions. At Fivevidya, we offer assistance with formation of questionnaires as well as conducting experiments.

Questionnaire and Experiments Help

You may adopt different methods for collection of information and questionnaire is one of the most frequently used tools. Some important points that you can keep in mind while making questionnaires are:

  • Keep it short and simple: the questions must be crisp and precise so that respondents can understand them easily.
  • Remember to keep the most thought provoking questions towards the end. Only the respondents who are genuinely interested in your study will stay till the end and provide valuable suggestions.
  • The beginning should include general questions aimed at stimulating interest in the respondents. Challenging questions right in the beginning might ward off the respondents.
  • You must choose between open ended and closed ended questions as per the nature of your study. While close ended questions are easy to answer as well as evaluate, they certainly lack originality. In a study where perceptions or beliefs of respondents are to be analyzed, open ended questions suit best.

We at Fivevidya, take utmost care while preparing questionnaires that are clear, easy to comprehend, unbiased and are best suited for the study. Contact our team of experts to get ideal questionnaires for your study.


An experiment typically tests hypothesis or validates a certain theory by using a set of variables and assumptions. Experimental material should be well in place before conducting the experiment and the researcher must be fully equipped to take notes and record reactions. If you miss out even a single step of an experiment or fail to note the reactions that you see, your project can go haywire.

Based on the genre of study and the nature of the research, we assist candidates with a wide range of experimental setups.

  • Controlled experiment: This is the typical experiment in which the researcher creates a control group and an experiment group. The conditions of experiment are controlled for the former, while the latter is tested for reaction by application of the independent variables. Clinical trials are usually conduced as controlled experiments.
  • Quasi experiment: Quasi experiment is when the natural conditions are kept intact while conducting the experiment. Several natural and social sciences rely upon this type of experimentation, where data is gathered through observation of the variables under consideration. There is no implied control over the participants.
  • Field experiment: These are experiments that are entirely conducted in the open environment, as against a laboratory. Similar to quasi or natural experiments, these too are bereft of any control and present certain probability of bias or contamination.

Irrespective of the type of experiment, our team of experts will be able to guide you on the equipment needed, process followed, and methods used. We also assist candidates in analyzing the experimental notes and converting the same into conclusions of the report. Send us a request for help with your experiments and we will assign a team that will guide you at each step.

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