A study of Perception of 1st Year MBBS subjects among 1st Year MBBS Students of a Tertiary Medical College in Central India
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This study was undertaken to study the perceptions of the students regarding the 1st MBBS course in a newly joined batch in a tertiary college in central India. Methodology: A total of 200 students were selected out of 250 students depending upon their availability and willingness to answer and submit the questionnaire. This study was taken place as a cross sectional observational study based on a questionnaire submitted to the students in July, 2022. Their responses were evaluated and results were drawn accordingly. Results: A total of 200 students participated in the study out of which 110 were girls and 90 were boys. 30 students had one or both parents in the same medical profession. When asked to rate the favourite subject, 60% rated physiology, 35% rated biochemistry and only 5% rated anatomy as their favourite subject.
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