An Outcome Assessment for Evaluating Occupational Therapy Students' Proficiency and Skills Required for Passing the NBCOT Computer-Based Certification Test
Avi-Itzhak, Tamara, Krauss, Andrea, Journal of Allied Health
The objective the current study was to perform an outcome assessment of occupational therapy students participating in the first offering of a graduate seminar. This seminar was designed to increase their proficiency and skills required for passing the computer-based test (CBT) NBCOT certification exam. Four outcome measures were assessed: pre- and post-seminar NBCOT CBT practice tests score and preand post-seminar NBCOT CBT numbers of areas of weakness delineated by NBCOT. Our hypotheses expected that the student score and number of identified areas of weakness at the post-seminar NBCOT practice testing to demonstrate: H^sub 1^-a score increase over pre-seminar practice testing; and …
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Publication information: Article title: An Outcome Assessment for Evaluating Occupational Therapy Students' Proficiency and Skills Required for Passing the NBCOT Computer-Based Certification Test. Contributors: Avi-Itzhak, Tamara - Author, Krauss, Andrea - Author. Journal title: Journal of Allied Health. Volume: 39. Issue: 2 Publication date: Summer 2010. Page number: 81+. © Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions Winter 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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