Rite of Passage: Harvard Medical Students’ Skills Put to the Test

How does one measure mastery in both the art and the science of medicine? Harvard Medical School relies, in part, on the Objective Structured Clinical Exam (OSCE), which features actors playing patients. All Harvard Medical students take two OSCEs—one at the end of their second year and one at the beginning of their fourth year.

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