Skip to main content

Advertisement

Table 4 Successful completion of medicine programme - multiple logistic regression (1 = successful completion, 0 = not completed)

From: Impact of accelerated, graduate-entry medicine courses: a comparison of profile, success, and specialty destination between graduate entrants to accelerated or standard medicine courses in UK

  B S.E. Wald df Sig. Exp(B)
Original data (n = 435) GAMSAT .069 .040 2.931 1 .087 1.072
BME ethnicity (0 = White; 1 = BME) .642 .477 1.810 1 .178 1.900
Age at start in years −.053 .048 1.201 1 .273 .948
UKCAT .000 .001 .034 1 .854 1.000
Constant −.737 2.571 .082 1 .775 .479
Pooled (n = 2720) GAMSAT .080 .030    .010 1.083
BME ethnicity (0 = White; 1 = BME) .530 .201    .008 1.699
Age at start in years −.100 .020    .000 .905
UKCAT −.000 .001    .572 1.000
Constant 1.230 1.179    .297 3.420
  1. Note: Exp(B) commonly known as Odds ratio is per unit change in the independent factor
  2. Significant results (p < .05) are shown in italics