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Anatomica Karnataka - an International Journal
Periodical of Karnataka Chapter of Anatomists
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Correlation Between Various Types of Questions

Nilam R. Madhale, Rajani N Dubhashi.

Abstract
Objective : To Know students preference fo various types of questions that formed the structure of the question paper i.e. clinical problems, long answer questions, short notes and multiple choice questions. Also attempt was made to see if there is any correlation between these various types of questions.
Materials and Methods: Performance of 100 students at the end of their preliminary examinations was considered for his study.
Result: On analyzing the result it was noticed that only 15% students obtained less than 50% marks, whereas 79% students faired good and very good and 6% obtained excellent grades. Statistical analysis revealed that clinical problems have maximum correlation with short notes, followed by long answer questions. M.C.Q.s showed moderate correlation with (C.P), correlation declined further with (LAQ) with no significant association with short notes

Key words: Clinical problems, LAQ, SN, MCQ, Correlation


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Madhale NR, Dubhashi RN. Correlation Between Various Types of Questions. Anatomica Karnataka. 2011; 5(2): 24-27.



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Madhale NR, Dubhashi RN. Correlation Between Various Types of Questions. Anatomica Karnataka. (2011), [cited July 30, 2014]; 5(2): 24-27.



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Madhale, N. R. & Dubhashi, R. N. (2011) Correlation Between Various Types of Questions. Anatomica Karnataka, 5 (2), 24-27.



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Madhale, Nilam R., and Rajani N Dubhashi. 2011. Correlation Between Various Types of Questions. Anatomica Karnataka - an International Journal , 5 (2), 24-27.



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Madhale, Nilam R., and Rajani N Dubhashi. "Correlation Between Various Types of Questions." Anatomica Karnataka - an International Journal 5 (2011), 24-27.



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Madhale, Nilam R., and Rajani N Dubhashi. "Correlation Between Various Types of Questions." Anatomica Karnataka - an International Journal 5.2 (2011), 24-27. Print.



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Madhale, N. R. & Dubhashi, R. N. (2011) Correlation Between Various Types of Questions. Anatomica Karnataka - an International Journal , 5 (2), 24-27.




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