If you want to know how to answer CASPer test questions, you must understand that there are a number of different kinds of CASPer test question categories and CASPer test question types – hypothetical situation questions, questions related to policies or current events, personal questions about your own experiences or values, all related to dilemmas around ethics, boundaries, and conflicts, to name a few.
In this blog, you’ll learn about some of the most common CASPer test question categories and CASPer test question types, along with strategies for handling these effectively through sample questions and analysis. We’ll break down three of the most common CASPer test question categories (ethical dilemmas, professional boundaries, and conflicts of interest), and we’ll also cover three key CASPer test question types (situational questions, policy questions, and personal questions). Together, these provide a solid overview of some of the fundamental kinds of CASPer test questions you might encounter, with insights to support your CASPer test prep.
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Here's a comprehensive list of all schools and programs that require Computer-based Assessment for Sampling Personal characteristics (CASPer) test as part of the admissions process. Check the CASPer test dates as your plan your CASPer test prep. If you want us to help you learn to ace any type of CASPer questions, visit our CASPer prep page (limited spots available), and check out our CASPer practice test.
Need to write the Computer-based Assessment for Sampling Personal characteristics (CASPer) test? Here's a comprehensive list of test dates and a list of schools that use CASPer, so you can begin planning your CASPer test prep. Would you like us to help you prepare for your CASPer test? Visit our CASPer prep page to learn more (limited spots available). You can also test your CASPer skills with our free CASPer Practice Test.
Applicants Significantly Improve Their MMI & CASPer Practice Scores with BeMo®
Arguably, the most challenging parts of the admissions process for many applicants are the dreaded situational judgement tests CASPer and the Multiple Mini Interview (MMI).
Applicants are generally not provided with detailed instructions on how to prepare in advance by official admissions and test administrators. In fact, a handful of official sources claim that it is not possible to prepare in advance for such tests and going as far as claiming that such tests are "immune to test preparation" and encouraging applicants to "be yourself".
We have already highlighted the myths about such claims in a previous report and we have advised future applicants to aspire to be their "best self" instead as part of their life-long journey of becoming future practicing professionals. We have also argued in this report that situational judgement tests are coachable just like any other tests.
In a new study highlighted here, we provide formal proof that both CASPer and MMI are highly coachable and applicants can significantly improve their practice scores with appropriate preparation.
MMI and CASPer practice scores increased 23-27% on average with BeMo preparation programs, respectively.
Applicants’ CASPer practice scores improved significantly by 10 percentage points going from a baseline average of 53% before preparation to 63% after just 3 preparatory sessions.
On the other hand, applicants’ MMI practice scores improved significantly by 15 percentage points from a baseline of 66% to 81%.
While CASPer practice test performance required only 3 coaching sessions to show improvements, MMI practice performance normally required at least 6 preparatory sessions to show improvement.
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