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This study aims to the purpose of this research was to study the results of self-assessment of medical students towards learning outcomes according to the standard framework of higher education and to compare the results of the self-assessment by categorizing to genders, study year and academic achievement. In this research, the researchers studied a sample group of 889 medical students who studying in 4th– 6th year at the Faculty of Medicine, Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University. The sample size of 280 students was appointed by using G * Power program and using convenience or accidental sampling method. Questionnaire was used to collect data and then the data were analyzed using percentage, mean and standard deviation. The research found that 57.92% of the students were female students, whose self-assessment showed that students had achieved the learning outcomes according to the standard framework of higher education. The research also discovered that medical students gained self-assessment results mostly in moral and ethical subject which has mean 4.42, standard deviation 0.62. While, medical students gained self-assessment results the least in knowledge dimension which has mean 3.48 and standard deviation 0.85.
Knowledge, Cognitive Skills and Domain of Psychomotor Skill varies between sex and self-assessment of medical students affecting to learning process regarding higher education qualifications framework with significant at 0.05. Interpersonal Skills and responsibility varies between years and self-assessment of medical students affecting to learning process regarding higher education qualifications framework with significant at 0.05.