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Preclinical anxiety: the stress associated with a viva voce examination.

Arndt, CB; Guly, UM; McManus, IC; (1986) Preclinical anxiety: the stress associated with a viva voce examination. Med Educ , 20 (4) pp. 274-280.

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Abstract

It is shown that the state anxiety scores of 75 preclinical students taking a series of written and oral examinations, and measured just prior to taking a viva voce examination, were substantially raised. There was no correlation of anxiety with overall examination performance.

Type: Article
Title: Preclinical anxiety: the stress associated with a viva voce examination.
Location: England
Keywords: Anxiety, Attitude of Health Personnel, Education, Medical, Undergraduate, Educational Measurement, Female, Humans, London, Male, Stress, Psychological, Students, Medical
URI: http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/10029431
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