If your PA program experienced a recent drop in first-time test taker pass rates on the PANCE, this individualized workshop will show you how to raise the pass rates for the previous class year. This 1-1.5 day workshop provides a comprehensive overview about how to identify students at risk for underperforming on the PANCE.
Describe how to identify students at risk based on predicted scores generated from program-specific summative examinations and PACKRAT
Describe how to implement an advisory system for at-risk students and facilitate the development of study contracts
Understand how to apply sound educational principles to reinforce effective study techniques
Gain ability to effectively intervene for students extremely at risk of failing the PANCE near the end of the clinical year
Be able to use external Test Banks and exams, such as the NCCPA practice exams, to determine students' readiness to take the PANCE
This one-day workshop will provide the tools for you to raise your students pass rate immediately. This workshop will include the following components:
Reflection about PANCE performance
Designing advanced assessment systems to predict PANCE performance
Using student performance to determine student remediation
Primer on student study skills
Clinical year early intervention plan
PA Program-specific PANCE retrospective data
Case studies and applied practice
This on-site interactive workshop is conducted by Scott Massey, PhD, PA-C, a recognized expert who has extensively researched how formative and summative exams can be used to predict PANCE performance. Dr. Massey has spent more than 20 years developing intervention programs to identify students who need additional remediation.
Book a free 15-minute call to learn more about our Raise PANCE Pass Rate Workshop