The New Medical College Admission Test: New Dimensions in Assessment

  • James L. Angel

Abstract

The three-to-one ratio of applicants to available first-year positions in medical school assures that two of every three candidates will be delayed or stopped by barriers erected by the admissions process. The admissions procedure is complex and demands the utmost in energy, careful thought, and comparison if all competitors are to be treated fairly.

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Admission Process American Medical College Medical College Admission Test Minority Member Applicant Pool 
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References

  1. Association of American Medical Colleges. Final Report of the A AMC National Task Force with Recommendations for the Medical College Admissions Assessment Program, 1973.Google Scholar
  2. Association of American Medical Colleges, Council of Deans. Ad hoc committee established to examine admissions problems, 1971.Google Scholar
  3. Johnson, D. G., Smith, V. C, Jr., and Tarnoff, S. L. Recruitment and progress of minority medical school entrants 1970–72. Journal of Medical Education, 1975, 50, 746.Google Scholar

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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1977

Authors and Affiliations

  • James L. Angel
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  1. 1.Medical College Admission Assessment ProgramAssociation of American Medical CollegesUSA

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