Each year, students applying to a Physician Assistant programs across Canada seek out our services to prepare for their interview and/or CASPer® Test.
- Proven strategies to help you prepare and ace your interview
- Tips on interview-related verbal and non-verbal communication skills
- Hundreds of questions in a variety of categories
- Practice sessions for the CASPer® Test and Snapshot
- Tips on what interviewers are looking for
- Advice on interview etiquette
- Common errors made in Interviews
- Questions for you to ask at your interview, if permitted
- Strategies on coping with stress and nervousness
- Very high success rate in all disciplines
- Close to 45 years work experience, mostly in healthcare
- Well versed and experienced with the MMI, panel and traditional interview processes
- Low hourly rates
- Flexible meeting times, days, evenings, and weekends
- Our goal is your goal, to succeed at your interview
- A referral program where you are rewarded for referring a friend or family member to us
There are three accredited Physician Assistant programs in Canada. Two of them require an MMI style interview while one requires only the completion of a CASPer® Test.
Please refer to the chart below to determine whether the completion of an interview or CASPer® Test is required. Please click on the program’s website link for more details.
Preparing ahead for the interview or CASPer® Test is important to having a successful outcome. Preparation sessions for both the school’s interview and CASPer® Test are provided through Blue Dolphin Training and Coaching. Contact us early for more information.
|School||CASPer® required||Approximate interview dates||Interview format|
|McMaster University (Mac)|
|University of Toronto (U of T)|
|University of Manitoba (U of M)|
What our clients say
A friend suggested Blue Dolphin to me after I was unsuccessful in an interview last year. My friend had several coaching sessions with Gordon and claimed they were instrumental in him being accepted into three medical schools. After my initial session with Gordon via Skype and talking with him, it became apparent to me that he had a storehouse of helpful information that I could use to my benefit on my second interview attempt. After our first couple of sessions together, I could see why I was not successful with my interview the precious year. Through our sessions together I was able to really address my key weaknesses and make the all the necessary improvements I felt I needed for a successful interview this year. With Gordon, I was able to appear more confident and become much more efficient at formulating my answers to the MMI questions. This year, I was truly happy to receive an acceptance letter —something I had been dreaming of for years. Clearly Gordon’s coaching and pushing me to give the best interview possible was a huge part of that acceptance and I encourage anyone applying to the Physician Assistant program, or any other discipline for that matter, to reach out to Gordon for your interview coaching. You won’t be disappointed.