|US programs’ test dates for the upcoming 2021-2022 admission cycle are now available for reservation. Canadian programs’ tests will be made available for reservation in July 2021.
To view the dates and fees for the Casper 2020/2021 admission cycle, please visit TakeCasper.
Test times are in the North American Eastern time zone: EDT (Eastern Daylight Time) or EST (Eastern Savings Time), unless indicated otherwise.
Ensure to register for your test at least three days before your preferred test date and time to account for identity verification and payment processing timelines. Last-minute bookings are not recommended. If you require testing accommodations you must submit all necessary forms and supporting documentation 3 weeks prior to the time of your scheduled test.
In order to register for a Casper test, you must create an Altus Suite account with the following:
- Government-issued photo ID (English/French)
- Valid email address
- Working webcam
- Working microphone
Casper results are only valid for a single admissions cycle, and only for the test type (American Health Sciences, Canadian Health Sciences, etc.) for which you have taken the test. You will need to take a separate Casper test for future admissions cycles or different program types, including for programs offered in different countries or languages. Applicants are not permitted to take a Casper test type more than once per admissions cycle.
You will be prompted to make a payment when reserving your Casper test. Please note that the fee applies to ALL assessment components within Altus Suite (Casper, Snapshot, and Duet). There are no additional charges to take Snapshot or Duet. All fees are final, non-refundable, and valid only for the then-current admissions cycle.