MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS (MCQS) BASED DISCUSSION AT THE END OF PHYSIOLOGY LECTURES IN MUSCULOSKELETAL BLOCK AS A TOOL FOR REVISION AND MOTIVATION: PERCEPTION OF MEDICAL STUDENTS
Abdulrhman M. Kamel*, A. AlOnazi and Alani A. H.
The aim of this study is to expose and distinguish the perception of medical students regarding Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) based discussion at the end of the physiology lectures in musculoskeletal block as a fit method for revision and motivation. A cross sectional KAP Study (Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practice) was conducted in College of Medicine among 124 medical students in Musculoskeletal block through two semesters at college of Medicine, Al Maarefa Colleges for Science and Technology Riyadh – Saudi Arabia. Four MCQs were shared and discussed with students in the last eight minutes at the end of physiology lectures, a structured questionnaire deigned as primary tool of data collection was distributed then among the students at the end of the block. About (72%) of the students believed that MCQs based discussion at the end of lectures of Musculoskeletal block was an excellent method and (98%) considered it as an effective tool for revision. About (77%) agreed with the role of such method as motivational tool. MCQs based discussions at the end of lectures clearly plays a role in revision and motivation.[Full Text Article]