National competency: Poor quality of medical graduates
Nanda Lucky Prasetya and Christian Suharlim
Since 2007, Indonesia has implemented national competency tests for graduating medical students (UKDI and UKMPPD).
Despite a passing grade of only 66, about a third of graduating medical students failed to pass the computer-based test (CBT) on their first take.
This year, 11 universities were identified as being of very poor quality, where over 50 percent of their students failed t...
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