Multiple mini‐interviews predict clerkship and licensing examination performance

  title={Multiple mini‐interviews predict clerkship and licensing examination performance},
  author={H. Reiter and K. Eva and J. Rosenfeld and G. Norman},
  journal={Medical Education},
  • H. Reiter, K. Eva, +1 author G. Norman
  • Published 2007
  • Medicine
  • Medical Education
  • Objective  The Multiple Mini‐Interview (MMI) has previously been shown to have a positive correlation with early medical school performance. Data have matured to allow comparison with clerkship evaluations and national licensing examinations. 
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