Free CASPer Practice Test1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Email* Please enter your email to receive a copy of your submission. 00:301. You and three of your friends are working on a group project. One group member, Julia, has been increasingly irritable, and refuses to all of the suggestions of others, but doesn't contribute ideas of her own. The assignment is due in 2 days, and due to these issues, the group is behind schedule. The assignment is worth 30% of everyone's grade in the class, and everyone in the group receives the same grade. 05:00Two members of the group have expressed their frustration with Julia to the group. What would you say to the group to improve the situation?How would you discuss the situation with Julia?What steps would you take in order to ensure a fair solution for everyone? 00:302. You are recently promoted to become the assistant to your company's CEO. Within a few weeks of working for the CEO, you realize that he treats his workers unfairly, and is sexually harassing some of your fellow employees. 05:00Do you have an obligation to do something about the situation?To whom would you discuss the matter, if anyone? If you were to discuss the matter, how would you do so?Should individuals always do the "right thing" even when its personally dangerous? 00:303. You are one of two owners of a bakery. Your co-owner protests at selling gay couples wedding cakes. He argues that it goes against his religious rights, and for that reason he is allowed to choose not to bake for LGBT couples. 05:00What do you do, and what do you say to your co-owner?Under what circumstances are our right to our beliefs and actions justified?Would this situation be different if your co-owner was not religious? 00:304. Candidates for admission have increasingly impressive experiences and accomplishments. 05:00What is your biggest achievement to date? Why?What did you learn by achieving that goal?What factors in your life helped you reach that goal, or achieve what you did? 00:305. Your friend of fifteen years calls you in a panic, and asks you to come over. When you arrive, she tells you that she just hit a pedestrian with her car, and immediately fled the scene. 05:00Leaving the scene of a car accident is a crime. What do you do in this situation?How would you communicate this to your friend, if at all?Would your actions change if you had only known the driver for a few weeks instead of fifteen years? 00:306. You are a paramedic. On a recent emergency call, you helped an elderly man who was suffering through a heart attack. Although he later died, he first told his wife about how you treated him well and how he wished for you to be rewarded. After his death, his wife rewards you with a $2000 cheque for your service. 05:00Do you accept the gift? What considerations led you to this decision?How would you communicate your decision to the wife?Should public workers take gifts from those that they help? Why or why not? 15:00This is an optional break. You may skip to the next section immediately by clicking next. The next prompt will be displayed in 15 minutes. 00:307. You are an employee at a grocery store. You are the only employee working the night shift. A homeless person comes in and asks for some food for free. Giving away food is against store policy. After you say no, you notice him shoplift a loaf of bread. 05:00What do you do in this situation?Would the situation change if he wasn't homeless? What if he stole more than a loaf of bread?When do ethical considerations trump the law, if ever? 00:308. Professional schools, such as medical school and pharmacy school, want to produce the best professionals possible. 05:00What experiences have you had that would make you an excellent professional after graduating from the professional school you're applying to?What characteristics should you have to be successful in your career?How have you developed these characteristics? 00:309. You are a parent with a seven-year old daughter. Your daughter has another friend that often comes over to play after school. One day, your daughter's friend comes over with bruises on her face. When you ask your daughter's friend what happened, she claims that she doesn't know how it happened and doesn't want to talk about it. 05:00Should you approach the parent(s) of your daughter's friend?If so, what would you say to them? If you do not approach the parent(s), why not?It becomes clear to you that your daughter's friend is being abused. What should you do? 00:3010. You are working on a research project in your lab, and are impressed with the results of another lab member. While the results are impressive, you don't ever see him working on research - but still produces incredible research findings. You become suspicious that he is falsifying data. 05:00What would you do in this situation?Who is harmed when research findings are falsified?When should we act on our assumptions about other people's behaviour? 00:3011. You are a driving test evaluator. Today, you are completing a driving test with a driver who should narrowly fail the test because he forgot to stop at one stop sign. They plead with you and tell you that they need this license to drive to the new job they have. Without the job, they cannot support their young family. He promises to stop at stop signs in the future. 05:00Do you pass him or fail him? Why or why not?Under what circumstances should hard rules be bent, if ever?Would your decision change if you found out that the reason for his driving test was because his previous license was suspended for dangerous driving? 00:3012. Conflict occurs throughout life, and will inevitably arise as you start your professional career. 05:00Describe a time you dealt with a conflict and how you handled the situation.What did you learn from the situation?What do you think could have been handled better?