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Spartan University has recently adopted computer based examination across all subjects based on the VCE testing platform. Such approach prepares Spartan students in the best possible way for their US medical licensure examination (USMLE) and delivers comprehensive testing experience.
Student testimony (Fall 2012): “One thing I thought about when I got home after the micro/immunology exam was that in computerized version I was able to use my time more efficiently. Instead of flipping back and forth with a printed exam then looking for letters to bubble in I could just read the screen, select my answer, and move on………I actually experienced the same thing with the computerized genetics exam. In both exams I finished the questions in around half of the time given and then could had ample time to go back and look over the exam. The computerized text was more users friendly and the diagrams were pretty good. The whole experience was just superior to the written exam. I expect a computerized anatomy exam or histology exam with plenty of diagrams would be good.” JG
SHSU is happy to announce that our 2nd trimester students Rinku Amin, CHARCOS Student Research Coordinator and Faiza Shah, CHARCOS Student Publications Coordinator of Basic Medical Science Programme under the umbrella of Community Health and Research Center of Spartan (CHARCOS) are going to represent SHSU at the “PREVENTIVE MEDICINE 2013” The Annual Meeting of the American College of Preventative Medicine Conference going to be held from February 20-23, 2013 in PHOENIX-SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA.