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In this paper, the authors present the first systematic summary of predictive validity research on the new Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) since its introduction in 1977. Data are drawn primarily from the MCAT Interpretive Studies Program, a cooperative effort between the Association of American Medical Colleges and 30 of its member schools to conduct(More)
The old Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) and the New MCAT were compared by factor-analyzing the scores of a sample of 1,484 examinees who had taken both test batteries during 1976-77. Three common factors were extracted and interpreted. The first, a general science-quantitative factor, linked scales from both test batteries. A second factor, labeled(More)
The Association of American Medical Colleges annually gathers data on curriculum evaluation, financing, and career plans from senior medical students through a graduation questionnaire. According to the 1983 survey, a majority of the seniors perceived that an appropriate amount of time was devoted to the various areas of instruction at their institutions.(More)
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