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Title: Does it still make sense to define adequate competency as a fixed value : the case for standard setting
Authors: Stabile, Isabel
Keywords: Medical sciences -- Examinations, questions, etc
Medical sciences -- Study and teaching -- Malta
Medical students -- Malta
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: University of Malta. Faculty of Medicine and Surgery
Citation: Stabile, I. (2015). Does it still make sense to define adequate competency as a fixed value: the case for standard setting. Malta Medical Journal, 27(Supplement), 227.
Abstract: Until 2014/15 most examinations in the biomedical sciences consisted of negatively marked True/False questions and short response questions. The aim of this study was to assess the effect of the change in the assessment method to best of four questions in 2014/15.
ISSN: 18133339
Appears in Collections:MMJ, Volume 27, Supplement
MMJ, Volume 27, Supplement

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