Document Type : Original Article
1 Professional medicine PhD student, student moral committee, medical department, Ahwaz Jondi Shapur University of medical sciences, Ahwaz, Iran
2 Associate Professor, Educational Development Center, Faculity of Health, Ahvaz Jundishapur University of Medical Science, Ahvaz, Iran.
In the universities' educational system to enhance the quality of training and determine its strengths and weaknesses, a student monitoring system is necessary. The current study was conducted to determine the relation between pre-internship exam average scores and the basic sciences in Jondishapur University accepted in 2010-2011. The study was an analytical-cross sectional study with 137 subjects from the medical interns selected by the census sampling method. A checklist and researcher completed data. Then, the data were analyzed by SPSS20 software. There was no significant relationship between the gender, marital status, pre-internship test scores, and the basic sciences test scores in the student's acceptance year) P > 0.05(. However, there was a significant relationship between the student's ages and residence situation and their acceptance year (P < 0.05(Also, there was a significant relationship between the student's pre-internship test scores and the basic sciences test scores in 2011. )P < 0.05(. The Pearson correlation test was 0/542 between the basic sciences and the pre-internship scores, indicating a positive relationship between two scores. There was a significant relationship between the student's pre-internship test scores and the basic sciences test scores at 2010) P < 0.05(. Finally, we found predicting the pre-internship test scores at 0/398 (basic sciences test scores) + 7/941. The study results showed that the basic sciences test could be a good predictor of determining students' success in their later educational stages. Accordingly, we must consider the appropriate facilities and tools to encourage students to learn scientific and practical skills
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