CASPer

CASPer (Computer-Based Assessment for Sampling Personal Characteristics), is an admissions test developed by researchers Dr. Harold Reiter and Dr. Kelly Dore at McMaster University's Program for Educational Research and Development (PERD) and used by the McMaster University Medical School since 2010.wikipedia
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McMaster University Medical School

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CASPer (Computer-Based Assessment for Sampling Personal Characteristics), is an admissions test developed by researchers Dr. Harold Reiter and Dr. Kelly Dore at McMaster University's Program for Educational Research and Development (PERD) and used by the McMaster University Medical School since 2010.
Students also have to write the CASPer admissions test, first developed by McMaster in 2010.

University of Ottawa Faculty of Medicine

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In 2015 the test was adopted by three medical schools: the University of Ottawa Faculty of Medicine, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and New York Medical College.
In 2015-16, the medical program introduced the CASPer test, developed by McMaster University Medical School, as part of their admissions process.

Robert Wood Johnson Medical School

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In 2015 the test was adopted by three medical schools: the University of Ottawa Faculty of Medicine, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and New York Medical College.
In 2015-16 admissions cycle, the medical school has introduced the CASPer test, developed by McMaster University Medical School in Canada, as an admissions tool.

New York Medical College

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In 2015 the test was adopted by three medical schools: the University of Ottawa Faculty of Medicine, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and New York Medical College.
The medical school has adopted the multiple mini interview system as well as the CASPer test, both developed by McMaster University Medical School to select students for admissions.

McMaster University

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CASPer (Computer-Based Assessment for Sampling Personal Characteristics), is an admissions test developed by researchers Dr. Harold Reiter and Dr. Kelly Dore at McMaster University's Program for Educational Research and Development (PERD) and used by the McMaster University Medical School since 2010.

Northern Ontario School of Medicine

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It was piloted by Northern Ontario School of Medicine in the 2014 application cycle.

Tulane University School of Medicine

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In 2016, it was also adopted by Tulane University School of Medicine, East Tennessee State University and Central Michigan University's Schools of Medicine.

East Tennessee State University

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In 2016, it was also adopted by Tulane University School of Medicine, East Tennessee State University and Central Michigan University's Schools of Medicine.

Central Michigan University

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In 2016, it was also adopted by Tulane University School of Medicine, East Tennessee State University and Central Michigan University's Schools of Medicine.

University of Illinois College of Medicine

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Mohawk College

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Nipissing University

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Université de Montréal

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*University of Montreal (2016)

Situational judgement test

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The test, which is a form of situational judgement test, has 12 sections that either consist of video-based scenarios or word-based scenarios, based on real life situations.