CASPer

Sample Responses and Tips for the CASPer Test Using Prompts from The Office

Sample Responses and Tips for the CASPer Test Using Prompts from The Office

Last week, we introduced practice CASPer test prompts using clips from The Office, and now we’re back to provide sample responses and tips based on those examples.


If you haven’t already, take that practice test yourself so that you can compare your answers with our samples and improve your responses.

Prepare for the CASPer Test with the Dunder Mifflin Scranton Branch

Prepare for the CASPer Test with the Dunder Mifflin Scranton Branch

If you’ve ever watched The Office, you’ve likely cringed your way through certain scenes (for me, it was Scott’s Tots). Even if you typically enjoy awkward, dry humor, the show’s oblivious characters and their socially obtuse actions can make anyone a bit uncomfortable.

Medical School Application Dates 2019-2020 for AMCAS, AACOMAS, TMDSAS and CASPer

Medical School Application Dates 2019-2020 for AMCAS, AACOMAS, TMDSAS and CASPer

Cross this line, and you’re dead.

During the American Civil War, Henry Wirz, a particularly vicious Confederate general, was convicted and hanged for torturing Yankee prisoners of war. During the trial, it came out that he had drawn a line in the dirt, beyond which any prisoner who crossed would be shot. Some believe this particular act to be the origin of the term “deadline.”

The Skinny on the CASPer: the Unfriendly Medical School Testing Ghost

The Skinny on the CASPer: the Unfriendly Medical School Testing Ghost

By: Ryan Kelly

You’ve just survived the MCAT, submitted your personal statement, and dutifully written your secondary essays, and now you realize you’ve got to take one more stupid, f’ing test.

We know that you’re cool under pressure and never feel stressed ;) but something unfamiliar like the CASPer can make anyone nervous. We’re here to help make sure you’re prepared.

3 Practice CASPer Questions and Best Responses

3 Practice CASPer Questions and Best Responses

By: Ryan Kelly

CASPer Scenario 1 - Video

(My written account of the video)

One member of your student group, Sue, is showing up unprepared and not contributing. She blames this shortcoming on a paper she had to write, but the other members argue that they were responsible for the same paper yet still managed to show up prepared. Two other members begin confronting Sue about the problem.