The impact of collaborative testing in graduate nursing education
Tiffany A. Phillips, DNP, NP-C; Allison C. Munn, PhD, RN; Tracy P. George, DNP, APRN-BC, CNE -- Department of Nursing, Francis Marion University, Florence, South Carolina, USA
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Collaborative testing allows students to work together on examinations. The purpose was to assess the impact of collaborative testing in graduate nursing education. Collaborative testing improved overall student test performance for the 28 students. Content analysis revealed four themes: enhanced understanding of content, collaboration with classmates, socialization, and improved grades.
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