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Dresden Faculty selection procedure for medical students: what impact does it have, what is the outcome?

By Mike Hänsel, S. Klupp, Anke Graupner, Peter Dieter and Thea Koch

Abstract

Since 2004 German universities have been able to use a selection procedure to admit up to 60 percent of new students. In 2005, the Carl Gustav Carus Faculty of Medicine at Dresden introduced a new admission procedure. In order to take account of cognitive as well as non-cognitive competencies the Faculty used the following selection criteria based on the legal regulations for university-admissions

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Publisher: German Medical Science GMS Publishing House
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