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Evaluation and Docimology Committee

The evaluation of education is governed by law 2008-19 of

February 25, 2008 on higher education

Creation of the Evaluation Committee: December 2008

  • Drafting of the Evaluation Charter *
  • Visit of the Evaluation Office of the University of Montreal (2 members)
  • Development of Evaluation Tools: Evaluation inquiries
  • Awareness seminars with teachers and students

Pilot Experience : evaluation of the DCEM2: teaching at the faculty, training and exams (distribution, retrieval and analysis of thousands of inquiries). Heavy experience

  • Prioritize the evaluation of internships through logistical support from the Internship Directorate in the distribution and retrieval of questionnaires as well as the capture of student responses.
  • Integration of the “terminators” of the docimology, initiated by the late Pr Zaouche for the verification of the notes, within the Evaluation Committee

Organization into three subcommittees :

  • Training Evaluation Subcommittee
  • A sub-committee for the evaluation of education
  • An Exam Assessment Subcommittee: Docimology
  • Development of a Roadmap for Examinations  to harmonize the examination procedure
  • Introduction, in addition to the systematic entry of notes for the verification of the totals, of the Docimological Analysis by the calculation of indices of docimological validation (indices of difficulty and discrimination) with a feedback sent to the teachers at each session of the session. review for continuous improvement of the question banks.
  • Establishment of 2 Teacher Training Seminars in Docimology

The evaluation of training by students and supervisors

The training sites and the ECOSM are systematically evaluated by the students at each ECOSM exam. An anonymous inquiries is completed by the student. Referring supervisors are also invited to assess the students by a inquiries addressed to them.

An annual report is sent to the training Department.

A report, by specialty, is sent to all teachers in the specialty.

A report is published on the site after establishing an evaluation score. (A, B , C et D).

Evaluation of education :

The evaluation of teaching by students is heavy (daily, evaluation of all the courses received during the day…) and confronted us with a low involvement of the students.
In 2018-2019, the Evaluation Committee proposes, by ensuring the distribution and recovery of inquiries by its members, to evaluate a Theme or Certificate by year of study :


  • Theme 7 : PCEM1
  • Theme 17 : PCEM2
  • Hematology : DCEM1
  • Paediatrics : DCEM2
  • Acute medicine : DCEM3

Each year, level 1 seminars are organized (entry of docimology) and level 2 seminars (docimological analysis) as well as seminars, at section level, for evaluation of the test question by question.
At each exam session, there are :


  • A docimological validation which is done before the lifting of anonymity and which includes :
    • Entering notes. This task is carried out by a team of teachers designated by the section on an Excel file validated by the docimology manager of the year. After correction and manual calculation of the averages, all the notes are entered question by question, question by question in an Excel® file before the lifting of anonymity. Formulas, allowing the calculation of the totals for each discipline and the total of the test, allow the verification of the marks.
    • Docimological validation proper. It is done by the docimology manager for the study year. A verification step makes it possible to verify entry errors. It concerns the verification of lines, compliance with the scale, empty cells and formulas. The integrity of the averaging formulas is checked in this step.


  • A docimological analysis which includes :
    • A global analysis: in this step are analyzed the success rates, the maximum and minimum averages.
    • An analysis by discipline. Each discipline is analyzed by calculating the success rate and the rate of students who have succeeded the test without succeeded a discipline
    • An analysis by item


  • Feedback for the sections

Evolution 2017_2018

Evolution of training
sites 2015_2016

Evolution of training
sites by students

Evolution of training
sites by students