A longitudinal study of self-assessment accuracy.

  title={A longitudinal study of self-assessment accuracy.},
  author={J. Thomas Fitzgerald and Casey B. White and Larry D. Gruppen},
  journal={Medical education},
  volume={37 7},
AIM Although studies have examined medical students' ability to self-assess their performance, there are few longitudinal studies that document the stability of self-assessment accuracy over time. This study compares actual and estimated examination performance for three classes during their first 3 years of medical school. METHODS Students assessed their performance on classroom examinations and objective structured clinical examination (OSCE) stations. Each self-assessment was then… CONTINUE READING

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