Results of PT 43 (Winter 2020)
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3.2 Difficulty for Each Subject and Organ System per Semester
The mean difficulties per semester are shown for each subject and organ system as a solid blue line, including the 95% confidence interval as a light blue area around the mean difficulty. It can be seen in which semesters large increases in knowledge occur and what the development is up to the 10th semester.
The solid red line shows the mean value of the subject or organ system over all semesters.
The grey line shows the average degree of difficulty of the overall examination, so that it can be read which subject, organ system and which domain are rather easy or difficult.
For subjects and organ systems, the mean difficulties per semester (light blue dashed line) and overall (lred dashed line) of the last Progress Tests are shown.
Subjects with few questions in particular may show considerable deviations.
3.3 Analysis of the shared question subset PT 38 - PT 43
PT 43 (winter 2020) and PT 38 (summer 2018) share a common question set of 134 questions.
PT 38 took place before the Covid pandemic, whereas PT 43 took place during the "second wave" - and for most participants during a lockdown.
The boxplots show the percentage of correct answers of the common question set per semester and progress test.
Analysis of the shared question subset PT 38 - PT 43
PT 38 and PT 43 have a common question set of 134 questions.
The radar graph shows the differences in the percentages of correct answers between the two tests of the common questions (not of the whole subject). The purple area represents the change in PT 43. The rings mark (from inside to outside) the -5%, 0%, +5%, +10% and +25% changes.
This graph is based on data from the cooperation partners whose examination regulations remained the same with regard to the Progress Test and who had participants in both tests.
The subject with the greatest increase in correctly answered questions is epidemiology (epi): the proportion in PT 43 increased by 22.56 percentage points compared to PT 38.
allg - general medicine,
anäs - anaesthesiology, emergency and intensive care medicine,
anat - anatomy, biology,
arbm - occupational and social medicine, public health,
aug - ophthalmology,
bioc - biochemistry, chemistry, molecular biology,
chir - surgery,
derm - dermatology, venereology,
epid - epidemiology, medical biometry,
gyn - gynaecology and obstetrics,
hno - ear, nose and throat medicine,
gene - human genetics,
hyg - hygiene, microbiology,
inne - internal medicine,
child - paediatrics,
soc - medical psychology/sociology,
neur - neurology,
orth - orthopaedics,
path - pathology,
phar - pharmacology, toxicology,
phys - physiology, physics,
psych - psychiatry, psychosomatics,
radi - radiology, nuclear medicine,
law - forensic medicine,
uro - urology