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The number of students, time factors, and the availability of appropriate space must also be considered. 32 What skills should trainees have acquired (such as history taking, physical examination, patient education, diagnosis)? What presenting complaints have been taught (such as abdominal pain, shortness of breath, fatigue)? Questions to answer when designing an OSCE Skill based assessment Planning Planning is critical. Patients and standardised patients can be recruited only after stations are written.

X Good validation of tests should use several different pieces of evidence True or false questions are most suitable when the purpose of the question is to test whether students are able to evaluate the correctness of an assumption; in other cases they are best avoided Multiple choice questions can be used in any form of testing, except when spontaneous generation of the answer is essential, such as in creativity, hypothesising, and writing skills 29 ABC of Learning and Teaching in Medicine because they are quick to answer—so a broad domain can be covered.

Assessment of clinical competence: written and computer-based simulations. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education 1987;12:220-46. x Ward WC. A comparison of free-response and multiple-choice forms of verbal aptitude tests. Applied Psychological Measurement 1982;6(1):1-11. x Schuwirth LWT. An approach to the assessment of medical problem solving: computerised case-based testing. Maastricht: Datawyse Publications, 1998. ) 31 10 Skill based assessment Sydney Smee Skill based assessments are designed to measure the knowledge, skills, and judgment required for competency in a given domain.

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