최근 전국 의과대학 의학과 유급율 분석 (1982-1986)
- 윤성도; 서수지; 박우현; 송준영
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- Yoon, Sung Do; Suh, Soo Jhi; Park, Woo Hyun; Song, Joon Young
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- The authors conducted an analysis of recent failure rates in nationwide medical schools in Korea in order to set up a directing post needed because of the rapidly changing and progressive situation of the medical schools. The authors are presently involved with administrative responsibilities for medical school education in this particular institution but have had comparatively little experience in such particular institution in the past. The trends shown in this analysis are the result of questionaires and other materials developed over the five years from 1982 through 1986, and the results are as follows: The present rate of failure at nationwide medical schools reveals a somewhat increasing trend over the past 5 years, with an average rate of 5.5% overall and with breakdown of 4.8% in National Medical Schools, 5.3% in Private Medical Schools, and 8.1% in our Keimyung University Medical School which is a relatively high rate. In general the trend reveals a higher rate in private medical schools than in national medical schools, with local medical schools being higher than the capital region, and the newly established ones being higher than the older ones. It also reveals a decreasing tendency in the higher academic years. A present 5 year failure rate of Keimyung University Medical School gives an average rate of 8.1%, which shows a gradual decrease compared with the peak rate of 16.8% in the 1982. Of the students who are in medical school of Keimyung University, the ratio of failed students to normal students in general is 57% to 43%, which indicates the rate increases as the students progress to higher academic standing. The percentage of students who failed more than twice was 12% and those who failed more than 3 times was 2%.
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