The difference of satisfaction level of midwifery students in trying out competency test with computer-based test and web-based test
Keywords:midwifery, satisfaction, TAM, try out UKOM, web-based test application
This study aims to find out the difference in satisfaction level to try out competency test (UKOM) with the computer-based test and web-based test. Research method using research and development (R&D) and pre-experimental with one group pre and post-test design using purposive sampling techniques. The data were analyzed with the Wilcoxon test. This research was conducted at the Polytechnic of Health Ministry of Makassar and Megarezky Makassar University in November 2020. The results: it’s necessary to design an application for midwifery students, the design was made attractive and complete, validation results from 2 media experts averaged 87.9% and 2 material experts 94% who showed that the application is very feasible to use as well as 10 user trials with an average value of 95.1%. The satisfaction levels of tryout UKOM computer-based test by 45 users was 72.1% after given an intervention by 88.6%, so student’s satisfaction levels increased by 17,2% and the statistical test found a p-value of 0.000 < 0.05. So it can be concluded that there is a difference in the level of satisfaction of midwifery students to try out UKOM with computer-based test and web-based test.
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