Dr. Mohammed Al Alfi*, Dr. K. Chandra Sekhar, Dr. Omer Al Yahia and Dr. Saleh Abd El Fattah Al Gabbany


Background: Assessment has long played a central role in medical education at all levels of training. There are likely two broad reasons for this prominence and can assure the public of acceptable levels of competence among their trainees and practitioners. Second, from an educational perspective Objectives: 1. To find the demographic factors influence and associations with the different methods of assessment. Materials and Methods: The present institutional based descriptive record review study was conducted at Al Fayziah Post graduation training centre, Buraidah, KSA, during the period from December 2016 to Feb 2017. A total of 55 individuals were selected from the all the batches of Saudi diploma family medicine students from the year 2009 to 2016. All the residents information was taken from the records. Data entered and Statistical Package for Social Sciences 21.0 version was used. Results were analysed and necessary statistical tests were applied. Results: Out of 55 study population, 50.9% were males and 49.1% were females. Out of 55 students, 32.7% of students were in the age group of < 30 years, 32.7% were in 30-34 years. Among 55 study residents, 18 people were in the age group of < 30 years, of which 27.8% were scored > 70 score and above 40 years residents were scored >70% was about 16.6%. But there was no statistical difference was observed between different age group of the students and Saudi Licensing Examination (SLE) Score. There was increase in pass rate (100%) was observed in 40 yrs and above age group residents. Conclusions: Based on the above study results, < 30 years age group people were scored good in SLE score and but at the end 88.9% were passed in final examination and whereas above 40 years age group was scored less in SLE score and final outcome of the result was 100%. Age is no bar to learn the new things or in the higher education.

Keywords: Age, Sex, types of assessment, outcome of the student.

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