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Table 2 Changes between baseline and post-revision OSCE test scores. Uncorrected p-values derived from the results of paired t-tests. P-value required to achieve 5% significance level when corrected for multiple comparisons = p < 0.0167

From: A pilot study to assess the utility of a freely downloadable mobile application simulator for undergraduate clinical skills training: a single-blinded, randomised controlled trial

  Mean baseline OSCE score (maximum / 46) Mean post-revision OSCE score (maximum / 46) Mean score change from baseline (95% CI) Uncorrected p-value
No resources (n = 9) 28.7 (62.3%) 32.7 (71.1%) 4.0 (1.8–6.2) 8.7% (3.9% – 13.5%) 0.003
Traditional resources (n = 9) 27.0 (58.7%) 36.1 (78.5%) 9.1 (4.7–13.5) 19.8% (10.2% - 29.3%) 0.001
MAS (n = 9) 27.6 (59.8%) 34.9 (75.7%) 7.3 (4.3–10.4) 15.9% (9.3% - 22.6%) 0.001