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Using Answer-Until-Correct Examinations to Provide Immediate Feedback to Students in a Pharmacokinetics Course
American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 2008; 72 (4) Article 83.
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This study implemented an answer-until-correct examination format for a pharmacokinetics course to determine whether this format assessed pharmacy students’ mastery of the desired learning outcomes as well as a mixed format examination (eg, one with a combination of open-ended and fill-in-the- blank questions). The results of the study showed that the immediate feedback format assessed students’ mastery of course outcomes, provided immediate feedback to encourage deep learning and critical-thinking skills, and was preferred by students over the traditional examination format (because it allowed multiple attempts to answer questions and provided immediate feedback).  
 



 
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