Introduction: Clinical education is an important part of education in medical sciences. One of the most important barriers to clinical education is the problems with the evaluation system. Studies with controversial results have been conducted in the field of clinical evaluation methods. The purpose of this study was to systematically review the research done to determine the appropriate clinical evaluation method. Methods: This study is a systematic review and the searches were done in Iran doc, Health. barakat, SID, MedLib databases between 2010 – 2019, as well as in ISI, PubMed, Elsevier, Science Direct, Ovid, Pro Quest, and Google Scholar databases from 2010 to 2019. “ Clinical Evalution” , “ New Evalution” , “ Medical Science Students” , “ Performance Evalution” , and their Persian equivalent keywords were used. Finally, 13 studies that had the criteria for entering this study were selected and reviewed. Results: The results of the collective studies showed that each of the evaluation methods has advantages and disadvantages, including the 360 degree evaluation method, can be helpful in improving student dissatisfaction. Comparing the portfolio with the log book, the most important difference between them is that the portfolio includes student critical thinking. The observation of direct performance allows feedback and evaluation without much financial and human resources. One of the disadvantages of a long case is that its validity and reliability is low. Conclusion: In a method of evaluating, the validity, reliability, applicability and positive feedback of this method on the trainee are important. Also, given that the clinical capability has a completely complex structure, for its valid evaluation, we need multiple and combined methods and use of any method is depends on the purpose of the evaluation.