PTE reading practice-multiple choice single answer exercise. Read the text and answer the multiple-choice question by selecting the correct response. Only one response is correct.
1. Read the passage and answer the following question.
There is indeed no such thing as “the” scientific method. A scientist uses very great variety of exploratory stratagems, and although a scientist has a certain address to his problems – a certain way of going about things that is more likely to bring success than the grouping of an amateur – he uses no procedure of discovery that can be logically scripted. According to Popper’s methodology, every recognition of a truth is preceded by an imaginative preconception of what the truth might be – by hypotheses such as William Whewell first called “happy guesses.”
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A. Science establishes absolute truth through experimentation.
B. An act of imagination underlies every improvement of natural experimentation.
C. Luck plays a great role in scientific discovery.
D. There is nothing scientific in the scientific method.