publication . Article . 2015

Assessment in anatomy

Erich Brenner; Chirculescu, A. R. M.; Reblet, C.; Smith, C.;
  • Published: 01 Jan 2015
  • Country: United Kingdom
From an educational perspective, a very important problem is that of assessment, for establishing competency and as selection criterion for different professional purposes. Among the issues to be addressed are the methods of assessment and/or the type of tests, the range of scores, or the definition of honour degrees. The methods of assessment comprise such different forms such as the spotter examination, short or long essay questions, short answer questions, true-false questions, single best answer questions, multiple choice questions, extended match questions, or several forms of oral approaches such as viva voce examinations.Knowledge about this is important ...
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