A comparison of performances of consultant surgeons, NCHDs and medical students in a modified HPAT examination.

@article{Quinn2010ACO,
  title={A comparison of performances of consultant surgeons, NCHDs and medical students in a modified HPAT examination.},
  author={Alison Quinn and Mark Anthony Corrigan and John J. Broderick and Gerry McEntee and Andrea D. Hill},
  journal={Irish medical journal},
  year={2010},
  volume={103 6},
  pages={172-3}
}
Following the implementation of the Fottrell report, entry to medical school in Ireland has undergone significant change. Medical school studentship is now awarded based on a combination of points obtained from the final examination of Irish secondary schools (the leaving certificate) combined with HPAT scores (Health Professions Admissions Test). The HPAT is designed to test a candidate's knowledge in several different fields including problem solving skills, logical and non verbal reasoning… CONTINUE READING