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Does practice make perfect? The effect of coaching and re-testing on selection tests used for admission to an Australian medical school

Barbara Griffin, David W Harding, Ian G Wilson and Neville D Yeomans
Med J Aust 2008; 189 (7): 416.
Published online: 6 October 2008

Re: “Does practice make perfect? The effect of coaching and retesting on selection tests used for admission to an Australian medical school”, by Barbara Griffin, David W Harding, Ian G Wilson and Neville D Yeomans, in the 1 September 2008 issue of the Journal (Med J Aust 2008; 189: 270-273). In the Results section, under “Prevalence of coaching”, the words “were more likely to be male (57.6% v 44.4%; χ2 = 4.88; P = 0.03)” should read “were more likely to be male (57.6% v 42.4%; χ2 = 4.88; P = 0.03)”.

  • Barbara Griffin
  • David W Harding
  • Ian G Wilson
  • Neville D Yeomans


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