BVetMed Assessment. Christopher R. Lamb Chair, Finals Examination Board. RVC assessment policy. Use a variety of assessment methods Suited to learning outcomes Continual assessment, written, practical, project Examine at end of each teaching period Minimise assessment load
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Christopher R. Lamb
Chair, Finals Examination Board
A previously healthy 18-month old male Cavalier King Charles spaniel has acute onset dyspnoea during a walk. No history of trauma. The dog appears depressed, has increased lung sounds and unilateral hyphaema. Thoracic radiographs show an alveolar pattern mainly in the peripheral parts of the caudal lobes. Which of the following ancillary tests is most likely to confirm the diagnosis?
Increased emphasis on:
Students are assessed in the following categories
• Professional Activity
• Practical Skills
• Clinical Reasoning and application of Knowledge
• Pass with distinction
• Clear fail
Students receiving a “borderline” mark in two categories or a “clear fail” in any category fail the rotation