AACOM Admissions & Student Affairs Monthly Forum

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  • AAMC's Situational Judgement Test (SJT) Pilot

    Tuesday, February 9 at 2pm ET

    The AAMC Situational Judgment Test (SJT), developed and administered by the AAMC, is a standardized exam designed to help admissions officers assess applicant readiness to learn about issues related to professionalism in medical school. The AAMC SJT, currently entering the second year of pilot testing, presents a series of hypothetical scenarios students may encounter in medical school and asks examinees to evaluate the effectiveness of a series of behavioral responses to each scenario. Join us for an overview of the exam and an update on the development and pilot.

    Examinees’ responses provide insight into their knowledge of effective and ineffective behaviors across eight core pre-professional competencies for entering medical students:
    - Service Orientation
    - Social Skills
    - Cultural Competence
    - Teamwork
    - Ethical Responsibility to Self and Others
    - Reliability and Dependability
    - Resilience and Adaptability
    - Capacity for Improvement

    Registration Link: https://aacom.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_4zCkuxKtSrSV2sg-3bUmaA