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Table 2 Annual Mean Weighted Rwandan I-ITE scores by graduation class

From: Measuring change in knowledge acquisition of Rwandan residents: using the American Board of Pediatrics International In-Training Examination (I-ITE) as an independent tool to monitor individual and departmental improvements during the Human Resources for Health program: an observational study

Academic year of exam (year levels examined in this class) 2012–13 2013–14 2015–16 2016–17 2017–18 All years Repeated measures ANOVA
Class of 2014 (PG3 & 4) 36.3 (±5.0) (n = 5) 37.9 (±3.1) (n = 5) 37.1 (±4.0) (n = 10) p = 0.294
Class of 2015 (PG2 & 3) 31.4 (±6.9) (n = 6) 40.1 (±8.6) (n = 5) 35.3 (±8.6) (n = 11) p = 0.012
Class of 2016 (PG1, 2 & 4) 34.8 (±8.4) (n = 16) 43.4 (±9.6) (n = 17) 49.9 (±9.8) (n = 15) 42.6 (±11.0) (n = 48) p < 0.001
Class of 2017 (PG1, 3 & 4) 35.0 (±7.3) (n = 14) 46.3 (±9.7) (n = 8) 48.5 (±5.6) (n = 10) 42.0 (±9.7) (n = 32) p < 0.001
Class of 2018 (PG2, 3 & 4) 40.6 (±4.9) (n = 12) 44.5 (±7.8) (n = 13) 46.6 (±4.5) (n = 12) 43.9 (±6.3) (n = 37) p = 0.002
Class of 2019 (PG1,2 &3) 40.6 (±4.9) (n = 15) 49.5 (±7.1) (n = 14) 51.4 (±5.1) (n = 14) 47.0 (±7.4) (n = 43) p < 0.001
Class of 2020 (PG1 &2) 43.7 (±8.0) (n = 12) 49.6 (±6.6) (n = 13) 46.7 (±7.8) (n = 25) p < 0.001
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