With more schools and fewer applicants, pharmacy schools are having to compete for the better applicants, and may struggle to fill incoming seats with adequately prepared new students.
Like a house or structure, an important starting point for any assessment is the blueprint or test plan.
We’re often were asked the question, “What’s different between the PANCE and the PANRE?”
Both “formative assessment” and “self-assessment” are important in learning, particularly where students must acquire massive amounts of information, then apply it to solving clinical challenges.
Using the results of Exam Master board practice exams can help predict students’ or residents’ performance on the actual board exam.
The value of reaching across professions to help prepare the dental professionals of tomorrow.
Identifying student preparedness is one of the best ways to get students off on the right track.
Student feedback on success in passing NCLEX-RN provides reinforcement as to why multiple response test items are important to master.
Broaden your assessment toolkit with AMR – designed to assess whether students can think critically and apply what they have learned.
More than two years after the PCOA has become mandatory, colleges and schools of pharmacy still struggle with whether and how to prepare their students for this exam.