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Table 1 Distribution of course evaluation.

From: Student responses to the introduction of case-based learning and practical activities into a theoretical obstetrics and gynaecology teaching programme

Question Rating Group I 2002 n (%) Group II 2003 n (%) χ2 p
1. Use made of timetabled hours available for the subject 1 95 (88%) 101 (89%)   
  2 13 (12%) 12 (11%) 0.1106079 > 0.05
  3 0 0   
2. Lecturers' concern for students' 1 85 (79%) 98 (87%)   
learning 2 14 (13%) 9 (8%) 2.4986106 > 0.05
  3 9 (8%) 6 (5%)   
3. Clarity of theory classes and lecturers' teaching abilities 1 72 (67%) 98 (87%)   
  2 31 (29%) 12 (11%) 12.765231 < 0.05 *
  3 5 (4%) 3 (2 %)   
4. Lecturers' punctuality 1 108 (100%) 81 (72%)   
  2 0 32 (28%) 32.620532 < 0.001 *
  3 0 0   
5. Quality of knowledge assessment tests 1 38 (35%) 73 (65%)   
  2 49 (45%) 34 (30%) 21.978341 < 0.001 *
  3 21 (20%) 6 (5 %)   
6. Students' learning of the subject 1 60 (56%) 97 (86%)   
  2 46 (42%) 13 (12%) 24.619225 < 0.001 *
  3 2 (2 %) 3 (2%)   
7. General evaluation of the subject 1 80 (74%) 100 (89%)   
  2 25 (23%) 10 (9%) 7.6007955 < 0.05 *
  3 3 (3 %) 3 (2%)   
  1. Ratings: 1 – Good and very good 2 – Regular 3 – Weak and very weak