Multiple Mini Interviews (MMI)

Please note that due to current physical distancing requirements, MMI’s will not be offered for 2021 admission and all applicants to Michener* full-time programs will be required to register and complete a CASPer assessment scheduled between October 2020 and January 2021.
*this excludes programs offered with academic partners (MRS with University of Toronto and Radiation Therapy with Laurentian).

The CASPer (Computer-Based Assessment for Sampling Personal Characteristics)

Applicants to Michener’s full-time programs (Cardiovascular Perfusion, Chiropody, Diagnostic Cytology, Genetics Technology, Medical Laboratory Science, Respiratory Therapy and Ultrasound) are required to complete CASPer (Computer-Based Assessment for Sampling Personal Characteristics), to assist with the selection process. CASPer results will be used along with published admission requirements to rank applicants and offer admission.

CASPer is an online test designed to assess key non-cognitive skills, as well as interpersonal and professional characteristics for students to be successful in Michener programs and in health care professions.

The CASPer test is comprised of 12 sections of video and written scenarios. Following each scenario, you will be required to answer a set of probing questions within a set amount of time. The test typically takes between 75-90 minutes to complete. Each response is graded by a different rater, giving a very robust and reliable view of personal and professional characteristics important to Michener programs. No studying is required for CASPer, although you may want to familiarize yourself with the test structure at takeCASPer , and ensure you have a quiet environment to take the test.

In order to take CASPer, you will be responsible for securing access to a laptop or desktop computer with webcam and audio capabilities. You will require the following for both account creation and taking the test:

  • Government-issued photo ID
  • Valid email address
  • Working webcam
  • Working microphone
  • Reliable high-speed internet connection

No exceptions will be provided for applicants unable to take CASPer online.

Please go to takeCASPer  to sign up and reserve a test using your Michener Student ID and a piece of government-issued photo ID. You will be provided with available testing dates and times between October and January. Please note there are five available test dates and times:

October 22, 2020 (two times)
November 19, 2020
December 8, 2020
January 5, 2021
January 26, 2021

You must complete your CASPer assessment on one of these dates and your results must be sent to Michener by February 8, 2021 (this is the “Distribution Date” on the CASPer website). You only have to sit one test for a Michener program and your results for that test will be used for all Michener programs (Cardiovascular Perfusion, Chiropody, Diagnostic Cytology, Genetics Technology, Medical Laboratory Science, Respiratory Therapy and Ultrasound).

Please use an email address that you check regularly as there may be updates to the test schedule.


Please direct any inquiries on the test to support@takecasper.com. Alternatively, you may use the chat bubble in the bottom right hand corner of your screen on the takeCASPer website.
CASPer test results are valid for one admissions cycle. Applicants who have already taken the test in previous years will therefore be expected to re-take it.

An Introduction to the CASPer Test:


Non-Cognitive Qualities

Being a healthcare practitioner is a moral undertaking, our admission process aims to admit students:


Who will in their behaviors reflect the following attributes

  • Responsibility
  • Empathy
  • Integrity

Who will in their professional relationships

  • Take responsibility for their actions
  • Act ethically
  • Act in a collegial and collaborative manner
  • Be reflective
  • Be reliable
  • Be trustworthy and honest
  • Demonstrate respect for others
  • Maintain confidences


We aim to admit students who will

  • Be self-directed learners
  • Be an integral part of an interprofessional healthcare team
  • Be willing to self-assess
  • Be willing to work hard
  • Communicate effectively
  • Demonstrate the ability to manage time
  • Demonstrate ability to tolerate stress
  • Demonstrate good judgement
  • Recognize and respect the roles of other healthcare disciplines