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Simulated CASPer exam

Medical School CASPer Preparation

The CASPer® exam is an increasingly popular way for medical schools to evaluate candidates before they are granted an interview. With this 90 minute, 12 scenario exam, students are forced to think about how they would react in difficult situations that are non-medically related. Are you ready to score well on the CASPer® exam so that you can show medical schools you have what it takes to succeed? The MedSchoolCoach CASPer® Preparation program is affordable and effective.

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Real Physicians

Our interviewers are all physicians who have served on admissions committees and conducted actual medical school interviews.

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Realistic Questions

Our CASPer® simulation includes a mini-test to replicate the real exam.

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Personal Attention

We give you live, personalized feedback on how to improve - whether it’s what you write or how you've structured your answers, we critique it all.

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Best Results

99% of students feel well prepared after going through our CASPer® simulation and feedback - it's the only prep you need.

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Learn why thousands of students have trusted us for their interview preparation


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Step 1

Sign Up Online

Enroll right online and get full access to our CASPer® prep material and simulator.

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Step 2

Review CASPer® Course

We've distilled everything you need to know about the CASPer® exam into a manageable mini-course.

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Step 3

Simulated CASPer® exam

Go through a simulated CASPer® exam, with an online platform that mimics the actual test. With videos and text based questions, this simulated exam will allow you to see real scenarios and respond.

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Step 4

Feedback Session

Your CASPer® results are important in the selection process. Our platform includes a 45 minute feedback session with a physician advisor who has been on a medical school admissions committee.

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Featured Advisor Profiles

Sahil Mehta MD, MedschoolCoach Founder
Sahil Mehta MD Founder

Dr. Mehta has guided thousands of successful medical school applicants.

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Amy Chen MD, MedSchoolCoach Master Advisor
Amy Chen MD Master Advisor

Dr. Chen graduated from Harvard College and Harvard Medical School and is a current Dermatology resident at UCSF. She was a member of the Harvard Pre-Med Committee for 3 years

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Ziggy Yoediono MD, MedSchoolCoach Master Advisor
Ziggy Yoediono MD Master Advisor

Dr. Yoediono was a Duke University pre-major advisor, and an adcom member for Duke University School of Medicine, the University of Rochester School of Medicine and the Harvard Longwood Psychiatry Residency Program.

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Dr. Harvey Katzen, MedSchoolCoach Master Advisor
Harvey Katzen MD Associate Director of Advising

Dr. Katzen was an admissions committee member at George Washington University School of Medicine

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Aubrey Jordan MD, MedSchoolCoach Master Advisor
Aubrey Jordan MD Master Advisor

Dr. Jordan served on the admissions committee at the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine.

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Susan Choo MD, MedschoolCoach Advisor
Susan Choo MD

Dr. Choo is a pediatrician with extensive experience with admissions and advising medical students.

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Why we are different

Only physician advisors with admissions committee experience - no med students, editors, or guidance counselors. The people interviewing you are physicians so those helping you prepare should be.

Anytime, Anyone

You have complete control over who conducts your session and when. Choose from over 70 advisors with extended weekday and weekend hours.


With 12,000 students helped and over 500,000 coaching hours combined, no one has more experience helping students than we do.

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Frequently asked questions

Yes, included in your purchase is a mini-CASPer® simulation. It's built to mimic the actual CASPer® exam platform and has several unique scenarios.

Per Altus Assessments, the organization that administers CASPer®, studying excessively is actually not recommended. That is why we built our CASPer® preparation to be condensed into just a few hours. With MedSchoolCoach CASPer® Prep, you'll be ready to take on the actual exam without having to devote hours and hours to your preparation.

Yes! Our physician advisors will actually review your answers prior and then provide you specific feedback on how you answered each question.

Since you would have already seen the questions, we recommend taking the MedSchoolCoach CAPSer® prep just once. However, if you need additional sample scenarios, we can point you in the right direction.

YES! Every advisor at MedSchoolCoach is a physician with admissions committee experience. That means they know the questions you will be asked and how to best answer them.

Because we believe in efficiency in studying (and understand how CASPer® is utilized by medical schools), we have included a mini-exam. This includes 3 video scenarios and 3 text prompts. This is about half the length of an actual CAPSer® exam by design.

We do better than written feedback! Instead of an arbitrary grade, your physician advisor will provide you one-on-one feedback during your coaching session.

Yes! Once you sign up for feedback session, we'll send you instructions on how to record it.


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CASPer Prep

  • A CASPer® high yield condensed course written by Dr. Renee Marinelli
  • Realistic replicated CASPer® exam platform
  • Mini-CASPer simulation exam with new videos and text prompts
  • 45 minute feedback session with a physician advisor included
  • Everything you need to study for CASPer® in one place
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