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CASPer® screens applicants for people skills in a fair and reliable way.

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Attention Canadian CASPer Applicants!  Applicants who are applying to the Canadian Resident Matching Service (CaRMS) 2nd Match must register for the Postgraduate Medical Education (CSP-20201) CASPer Test on March 3rd, 2019.

Attention US CASPer Applicants!  US Professional Health Sciences test dates for the upcoming 2019-2020 application cycle will be posted on the Test Dates & Times page and available for registration in late March 2019.

Backed by more than 12 years of academic research, CASPer effectively screens for people skills by using an online situational judgement test.





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All schools set specific dates for their CASPer tests. Search for a school below to discover their testing dates.

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Do I need to study for the CASPer test?

The general literature suggests that situational judgment tests (SJTs) are relatively immune to test preparation, i.e. that coaching is unlikely to provide benefit.

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How long is the CASPer test?

Plan on approximately 90 minutes for the CASPer test, which will include the introduction, about 65 minutes of questions, and an optional break at the halfway point.

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Why am I being asked to write the CASPer test?

CASPer is used by programs to screen potential applicants for key personal and professional characteristics in a more fair and reliable way.

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I’m unavailable or traveling during the posted test dates, can you accommodate my schedule?

Unfortunately, we are unable to accommodate individual schedules.

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How are my results submitted to the schools?

After a 3 week processing period, your results will be released directly to the programs on your distribution list.

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How long are my CASPer results valid for?

Your CASPer results are only valid for a single application cycle, and only for the program type for which you have written the test.

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