10 Ways That Receiving Feedback Can Help Learning

10 Ways That Receiving Feedback Can Help Learning

Education goes beyond textbooks and lectures; it thrives on feedback. Feedback is defined as “specific information about the comparison between a learner’s observed performance and standard, which is given with the intention to improve the learner’s...

Modernising Military Assessments: A Soldier’s Journey from Handwritten Reports to Digital Efficiency

Modernising Military Assessments: A Soldier’s Journey from Handwritten Reports to Digital Efficiency

Explore the transformative journey of military assessments through the eyes of Kelvin Nunn, from the manual, paper-based processes of the early ’90s to the digital efficiencies of today. This blog reveals the critical need for digitalisation in military evaluations, reflecting on firsthand experiences and advocating for advanced digital solutions to enhance training and operational readiness.

What is a Long Case in clinical exams?

What is a Long Case in clinical exams?

A Long Case is a form of clinical examination where an undergraduate student, trainee or junior professional discusses a specific case with a senior professional. Following on from the name, Long Cases typically last for at least 20 minutes per scenario and can last...

Borderline Regression Analysis in Assessment

Borderline Regression Analysis in Assessment

What is Borderline Regression Analysis? Borderline regression analysis (BRA) is an absolute, examinee-centered standard setting method widely used to standard set OSCE exams, Yousuf, Violato, and Zuberi (2015). Candidates are awarded a “global score” for a station in...

What is an OSCE exam?

What is an OSCE exam?

An OSCE exam is a typical type of examination (first described in 1975) that is often used in health sciences (e.g. medicine, physical therapy, nursing, pharmacy, dentistry) to test clinical skill(s).