Medicine Assessment Methods

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Dear University College London,

I kindly request information regarding the different formative and summative assessment methods (e.g. exam-condition essays, essays not in exam conditions, short answer questions, multiple choice questions, OSCEs etc.) for medical students in each year, and the percentage each method contributes to the overall grade of the student.

I would also like to request the full Study Guides for each year (the document that contains the learning outcomes of each module).

Yours faithfully,

Amelia Jones

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Dear Ms Jones,

 

We have now completed the compilation of information in response to your
request.

 

We can confirm that we do hold information of the description specified in
your request and this information, where it is held and is not exempt, is
provided below and attached.

 

Q1) I kindly request information regarding the different formative and
summative assessment methods (e.g. exam-condition essays, essays not in
exam conditions, short answer questions, multiple choice questions, OSCEs
etc.) for medical students in each year, and the percentage each method
contributes to the overall grade of the student.

 

Q2) I would also like to request the full Study Guides for each year (the
document that contains the learning outcomes of each module).

 

A1-2) The exam information for each of the 5 years of the MBBS programme
and each of the year and CPP study guides are attached herewith.

 

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