Comparisons of examination performance between 'conventional' and Graduate Entry Programme students; the Newcastle experience

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JournalMedical Teacher
Year2010
Volume32
Issue1
Pages80-82
ISSN (print)0142-159X
ISSN (electronic)1466-187X
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Knowledge assessment outcomes were compared between and across students on our Graduate Entry to Medicine (GEP) course at Newcastle (UK) and the conventional 5-year programme.Results show that Newcastle GEP students perform significantly better in these assessments than both 5-year programme students, and graduate students on the 5-year programme. There is no significant difference in these assessment scores between GEP students from different previous educational backgrounds.
URLhttp://dx.doi.org/10.3109/01421590903196961
DOI10.3109/01421590903196961
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