FSD3873 Knowledge Attainment, Learning Approaches, and Self-perceived Study Burnout among European Veterinary Students 2023

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academic achievement, educational assessment, educational methods, educational tests, fatigue (physiology), learning, strategies, students (college)


The study examines the learning approaches of students in European veterinary schools, their study success, study strategies and self-perceived study-related burnout. The data were collected as part of the VetRepos project, which develops the assessment and progress testing of European veterinary education.

The dataset contains 21 statements from the validated HowULearn study questionnaire developed at the University of Helsinki (https://blogs.helsinki.fi/howularn/en/). The respondents were asked to what extent they agreed with statements relating to learning and studying habits, coping with studies, and experienced study exhaustion and the risk of burnout. Respondents have also taken once or more the VetRepos formative progress tests, which measures progress in key content of the education. The dataset includes a scale variable based on the results of the respondent's VetRepos test. The background variable is the respondent's year of study.

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