Random assessment by projected examination scripts (RAPES): a new look at examination marking

Longmore, R.B.; McRae, D.A.
December 1979
British Medical Journal;12/22/1979, Vol. 2 Issue 6205, p1640
Academic Journal
Compares the random assessment by projected examination scripts (RAPES) and the conventional method of examination in the undergraduate medical curriculum. Observations on the examination of throwing technique; Comparison between RAPES and convent marks; Advantages of the RAPES.


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