Deliver a diverse curriculum that prepares students for entry-level clinical practice.
A. Graduate Job Placement by Primary Care vs. Non-Primary Care
B. PANCE Five Year First Time Taker Pass Rate
Program Name: Gardner-Webb UniversityProgram Number: 6029Test Taker Status: All Test Takers
C. Preceptor Evaluation of Student Preparedness
Clinical preceptors evaluating students on their final SCPE were also asked to evaluate if “the Physician Assistant student is prepared for entry-level clinical practice.” Twenty of the 24 clinical preceptors completed the survey. Thirty percent of respondents agreed and 70% strongly agreed that students were prepared for entry-level clinical practice.
D. Graduate Exit Survey
The Class of 2020 Graduate Exit Survey supports that our graduates agree that we successfully prepare students for entry-level clinical practice with the delivery of diverse curriculum.
Class Class nomenclature and the individuals included in each class are determined by PA programs when assigning students to a particular class.
Class Graduation Year Graduation year for the majority of the individuals in the specific class based on the confirmed graduation date provided by the PA program.
Group All takers include first time takers as well as those individuals in the class who repeated the exam one or more times. First time takers are those candidates who took PANCE for the first time.
Number of Candidates Who Took PANCENumber of individuals from the class who have taken PANCE. Fist time takers are included in the all takers group.
Number of Exam Attempts Total number of exams administered, including multiple exam attempts for an individual candidate in the all takers group. (This is a count of exams administered, not a count of individual candidates.)
Number of Exams Passed Number of exams administered that resulted in a passing score.Program Exam Pass Rate Percent of exams that were passed as compared to the number of exams that wereadministered to the class, including multiple exams taken by individual candidates.
National Exam Pass Rate for the Class Graduation YearPercent of exams that were passed at the national level as compared to the number of exams that were administered. The calculation is based on the total number of exams administered and passed, not the number of individual candidates. Thereporting period is based on the calendar year corresponding with the class graduation year and will only be provided after the end of the current calendar year.
% of Candidates in the Class Who Ultimately Passed PANCEPercent of candidates from the specified class that have passed PANCE as of the date the report was generated, regardless of the number of attempts or the calendar year in which PANCE was passed.