University of Alberta Medicine
While it’s unclear how the University of Alberta weights the CASPer test, there is anecdotal evidence indicating it can make a major difference in getting an interview. When you realize that UofA’s MD program has an average accepted wGPA of 3.81 for Albertans and 3.93 for non-Albertans, it’s imperative that you practice for the CASPer to help strengthen your application.
For that reason, the best way to make your application perfect is by practicing with CASPerfect tests.
All of our 6 tests match the CASPer format - 8 scenario-based questions and 4 self-descriptive questions. Currently, all questions are word-based. Being ready for how the test is set up will make sure you do well on test day.
Our tests come with the option to be evaluated by CASPer experts. Our reviewers are medical students and situational judgment experts, who received admission and interviews from CASPer-mandatory university programs.
Our CASPerfect tests are designed to match the timing on the real CASPer — 30 seconds for the prompt, 5 minutes for 3 questions.
Review Your Responses
After the test, you'll be able to see your responses, so that you can understand where you can improve for test day.
CASPerfect Tests are what you need for admission.
Our CASPer practice tests are designed to be as realistic as possible with respect to the types of scenarios, timing, and expectations of the real CASPer test. Be prepared, and feel confident about this major component of your application.
Our CASPerfect tests with no evaluation. Gives the user one try per test, in a CASPer-simulated environment. Questions are designed to be extremely similar to questions you'll see on test day.
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