How is the CASPer test scored?

The sections of the Casper test are scored by different examiners, so two parts of your test will not be scored by the same person.

Your score will consist of several independent opinions.

The CASPer test score is evaluated against other test takers' scores. Experts use a scale from 1 to 9 called the Likert scale.

Your test results will be automatically sent to the medical schools to which you have applied approximately 2-3 weeks after taking the CASPer, so you will not be able to see your results after the test.

You will receive a "quartile" approximately one month after taking the test, which will show how you performed in relation to other CASPer test takers.

This is how quartiles are classified:

0-24 percentile - 1 quartile   25-49 percentile - 2 quartile    50-74 percentile - 3 quartile    75-100 percentile - 4 quartile

If you are in the fourth quartile, congratulations, it means that the experts rated your answers higher than 75% of your colleagues.

If you get into the first quartile, according to the experts, 75% of your colleagues provided better answers than you.

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