"Testwiseness" among international pharmacy graduates and Canadian senior pharmacy students.

  title={"Testwiseness" among international pharmacy graduates and Canadian senior pharmacy students.},
  author={Anisah Mahamed and Paul A M Gregory and Zubin Austin},
  journal={American journal of pharmaceutical education},
  volume={70 6},
OBJECTIVE To compare the test-taking skills and abilities (testwiseness) of Canadian senior-level pharmacy students with those of international pharmacy graduates. METHODS A 20-item testwiseness questionnaire was developed and administered to 102 participants: 35 senior-level pharmacy students, 34 international pharmacy graduates, and 34 practicing pharmacists who served as a control group. RESULTS Mean testwiseness scores indicated significant differences in performance between senior… CONTINUE READING

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