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Table 2 Model selection according to AIC included only two variables, age and MMST (model 2). Every addition year of age resulted in a 1.09-fold increase in the odds to fail the MSDT. Every additional point in the MMST score reduced the odds to fail the MSDT by 19%

From: Strong evidence for age as the single most dominant predictor of medically supervised driving test—mini mental status test outcomes provide only weak but significant moderate additional predictive value

  OR (95%-CI) z-value p-value
Age 1.09 (1.04—1.14) 3.35 0.0008
MMST 0.81 (0.66—0.97) -2.25 0.024