Computer Based Testing. A computer-based examination that assesses the knowledge and problem solving ability of test takers.
 74 departments from 73 universities
The current number of universities connected over the network. During the 2009 academic year, the examination was administered to seniors enrolled in six-year pharmacy courses at 67 departments from 66 universities.
 Item Response Theory
A model that calculates a test taker's ability level using patterns of individual question answers. The model is able to accurately express the individual's ability as a score without being influenced by the level of other test takers or the type of test.
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Date: 17 May, 2010
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