Medical Student Performance Evaluation

A medical student performance evaluation is a very basic and necessary tool that helps in judging the capabilities and performances of a student pursuing medical sciences. Students of medicine are, broadly speaking, attached with the duty of taking care of human beings and other living animals and must therefore be judged well before allowing him/her to practice. This evaluation is basically done after the completion of the student’s medical learning course to certify that he is both mentally, technically and physically fit to treat patients and take care of their health.

Sample Medical Student Performance Evaluation

Name – Richard Dawson

Age – 23

College – St. Stipule’s college of health and medicine

Subject of Specialization – ENT

Marks obtained in FRCS Examination – 234

Remarks – Excellent

Evaluation undertaken by – St. Stipule’s department of evaluation and statistics.

Please answer the following questions carefully and to the best of the knowledge as understood through some written or verbal examination of the candidate:

  1. What will be the primary objectives of the student as a would-be medical practitioner?
  2. Is he acquainted with the use of technical instruments? If yes, what are they?
  3. What are the main reasons that propelled him to choose a career in medicine?
  4. What will he generally prescribe to his patients- Generic names of drugs or specific medicines by specific companies?

Please choose the correct key that fits the standards of the student the best.


1= Excellent

2= Satisfactory

3= Average

4= Poor

  • How much competent will he be in his profession?  1 2 3 4
  • How well will he respond to various situations at times of crisis? 1 2 3 4
  • How well executed will be his instant reactions to patients who come in during emergency situations? 1 2 3 4
  • How will he be rated as a doctor who cares for his patients? 1 2 3 4
  • How well resourced will the student be with current aids of technology in medical sciences? 1 2 3 4

Category: Medical Evaluation

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