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I also never used any prep services (#brokestudentlife) and did just fine! I think the most helpful thing you can do, similar to MMI prep, is just do a ton of the free practice scenarios, create a general formula/layout of your answer, and practice typing quicker. I also had my friends, boyfriend, sister, etc read over my answers to see if they would have added or changed anything and it was helpful to see if there was a perspective I neglected to consider. Since these are just general ethical scenarios, they don’t need to have a vet background to provide valuable input! And don’t let the sample answers you see online scare you, though it does give you an idea of things you might want to consider, no one can type ALL of that in five minutes.
As a 65 wpm typer I even left some questions blank due to the time constraints and I thought I bombed it. But I had one of the lower admitted averages so it must have gone ok! Just be true to yourself and your ethics and you’re all wonderful people who are going to do just fine. Good luck to all of you future 2025s!
I recommend using PrepMatch.com. It has tons of free CASPer scenarios and allows you to track your words per minute. Best yet- it’s completely free.
I didn't use any prep services, and still got in! If you can afford to use a service, then by all means go for it as some of them sound useful. If you can't afford one, then don't worry because it's still possible to do well. Just practice lots and lots of timed scenarios. There's lots of free material available online.
Hey! Did you focus more on casper prep or did you prep for the personal interview as well. If so, could you give us any advice on how to prep for the personal interview?
Hey! For the personal interview, I send my BIF to close friends and family and asked them to write out some questions they think I might get asked during the interview. I then compiled all the questions into a word document and spent time writing out the answers to each question. I thought this helped me explore my BIF from other people's point of view and it really helped me during the personal interview.
Regarding your first question, I focused a lot of Casper up until the test, and then focused everything on the interview once Casper was done. We don't know what the weighing is for both, so I can't suggest focusing more on one than another
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