Practice makes perfect!
Practice with our Astroff CASPer Simulations to get you into the CASPer mindset. We offer 4 online Simulated CASPer Tests (LEVELS 1-4). Start at Level 1 to familiarize yourself with the exam structure, and progress through our program to increase the level of difficulty. Each test sharpens your skills using 14 scenarios featuring a combination of word-based scenarios and high-definition videos (using professional actors).
Four Simulated CASPer® Tests to Practice
Each test module contains 14 scenarios and takes approximately 90 minutes to complete.
What's the difference between Levels 1 to 4?
We have 4 different simulation levels. Each level differs in the level of difficulty and number of video versus word-based prompts.
Since video prompts contain more variables (such as audio/script, background, tone of voice, visual cues, etc.), we like to begin with a larger percentage of word-based prompts and have you work your way up to video prompts.
Here are the benefits of our simulations:
Practice under realistic testing conditions
Learn to overcome common problems
Craft effective responses within the specified time limits
Review your typed responses to self-evaluate your performance
Prepare adequately with every level of intensity
Our scenarios are designed by Astroff specifically for CASPer® training purposes. Write our Simulated CASPer® Tests from your location at a time that is convenient for you. Our carefully designed online CASPer® simulations can be accessed anywhere in the world, from the comfort of your home, work, or school. All of our simulations are available 24 hours a day, so you can take the tests when it suits your schedule.
Our Simulated CASPer® Tests are designed and based on publicly available information about the actual CASPer® exam, as well as our years of experience preparing candidates for CASPer®. Astroff is not affiliated with any university using CASPer® or with the CASPer® test administrators. There will be differences between our simulations and the actual CASPer® exam. For example, we use different combinations of video prompts and word-based prompts on some simulation levels for a more effective training program.