Presentation on theme: "Rule 1 Design questionnaire so your responses will give you the answers you are looking to find Ex. Do not use questions that you already know the answer."— Presentation transcript:
Rule 1 Design questionnaire so your responses will give you the answers you are looking to find Ex. Do not use questions that you already know the answer too, or filler questions. Ex. “Did you enjoy taking this survey?”
Rule 2 Use questions that are not controversial Ex. Do not ask a question that will aggravate or embarrass the person you are asking question too, for example, “How old are you?”
Rule 3 Qualitative vs. Quantitative Ex. When you are asking the questions, are you more interested in the personal responses or how many people answer the same question with the same response. Ex. “Are you satisfied with the amount of time you are featured in the yearbook?”
Rule 4 Make it noticed that you are thanking one for their time in answering your questions Ex. During or after your questionnaire, thank the person whom you are asking questions
Rule 5 Clearly state goals and objectives of the survey. We would like whomever is taking this survey, to answer honestly so we as the company can change and create our products accordingly.
Rule 6 Start with a statement, then put it in question form. Ex. The yearbook needs a change. What changes do you think the yearbook needs?