Russell, R. Edward J. Palmer, Paul Duggan, Peter G.
Devitt and Rohan Russell. Aims: We have undertaken a critical review of the exit examination from the University of Adelaide focussing on the written components.
Methods: The two written papers were assessed for item writing flaws and taxonomic level using modified Bloom's criteria. Curriculum experts independently assessed adequacy of the examination for validity and fidelity.
Results: The overall examination had good fidelity and validity. They were divided into 4 groups, and each group had 5 MEQs.
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When classifying the cognitive skills required to answer MEQs, data gathering was found to be the highest proportion with The reliability coefficients of the MEQs ranged from 0. When the cognitive skills of the 4 groups of students were analyzed separately, significant differences were found. The cognitive skill on which the students showed the highest mean score was hypothesis generation and the lowest were management and patient education.
Conclusion: The overall MEQ analysis has shown the difference in proportions of cognitive skills between groups of students.