EVALUATING THE USE OF MCQ AS AN ASSESSMENT METHOD IN A MEDICAL SCHOOL FOR ASSESSING MEDICAL STUDENTS IN THE COMPETENCE-BASED CURRICULUM release_32owbmt4xbeenovh4zsehk5vjm

by Mitayani Purwoko, Trisnawati Mundijo

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