We’ll walk you through examples of the types of scenarios and questions you’ll be given on the CASPer Test. More FAQs. It’s my responsibility to make an effort to verify a concern before reporting it to my supervisor. One wants to report Paul to the academic coordinator so he doesn’t receive a grade for the group project he left. It’s all graded by humans. The good news is that many of the standard grading conventions are overlooked. The test provides a total of five minutes to respond to each scenario. This isn’t a test revolving around your academic prowess or knowledge of medical subjects. CASPer recommends that you register for the exam at least three days before your test date to allow enough time for account verification and payment processing. As his co-worker, what do you think he should do? So, being able to share experiences can make a huge difference. I would first take the customer aside to have a private conversation and seek more information about his situation. 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