Altus Suite for GME
Selection made easier with a complete picture of your applicants
Unique selection data helps you make informed decisions
We provide unique data points, scores, and insights to support a more holistic selection process that is backed by years of research.
Standardized non-cognitive assessments work seamlessly together
Each assessment focuses on different competencies and attributes, but they work seamlessly together to paint a more complete picture of your applicants. Applicants take the assessments only once.
Identify great applicants you would have missed otherwise
Altus Suite can help identify applicants you may have otherwise missed that would be a great fit for your program and have the skills needed to be successful.
Screen applicants for non-cognitive competencies like ethics, empathy, and collaboration using a single score
Evaluate applicants for “fit” by understanding how what they value in a program aligns with what your program has to offer
Preview applicants’ communication skills and motivation using video response before deciding who to interview
Tie together the assessments and data points in one place to make informed decisions at multiple points throughout your process
Find out what programs and applicants had to say about Altus Suite for GME
Where Altus Suite fits in the GME applicant funnel
Attend our next Altus Suite for GME webinar!
May 6, 2021 at 12pm
We host a webinar every month to help programs like yours discover how this suite of non-cognitive assessments can support confident, data-driven selection decisions. Attend our next webinar to learn about:
Challenges in the UME to GME transition and how to address them
Details about each of the assessments in Altus Suite for GME and how to use them in your next cycle
Results of a 2020 pilot study involving 11 GME programs and over 5,000 applicants
Plus, we’ll give you a $25 UberEats gift card as a thank you for your time!
Getting to know our assessments
Measures 10 non-cognitive competencies
Responses rated by a highly trained and diverse group of people
Programs given a single z-score and percentile for each applicant
Standardized measure of “fit” between applicants and programs
Unique program profile developed by your key stakeholders
Built on evidence (modified Delphi and literature review)
3 standardized questions with 2 mins to record responses
1 score per applicant (average of all reviewers)
Implicit bias training and scoring guide included to help you review applicants objectively
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Working with Altus
When you adopt Altus Suite for GME, you get more than just a product. Because the decisions you make are so high-stakes, we work alongside you so you get the most out of our assessments.
You’ll have a dedicated customer success manager to onboard your team and provide support throughout your admissions cycle whenever you need.
Interested in research on these assessments? Our research team can work with you to explore outcomes of using our assessments in your program, applicant demographics, and more.
programs already use our solutions to support admissions decisions
of our partners would recommend us to other programs
of all US medical school applicants are required to take our assessments
We give back to the admissions community:
An annual conference that brings together the world’s best to address applicant recruitment and selection
A free online resource centre and gathering spot for the admissions community to connect and learn
An annual $100,000 research grant to strengthen admissions practices
Your applicants benefit from Altus, too
“I think it is a well rounded form of testing the candidate on a personal level.”
“I do think if this brings programs to focus more holistically on applicants beyond just grades then it is worth it.”
“I enjoyed the experience and think it will help programs understand applicants from a very different perspective.”
Ready to learn how Altus Suite for GME can help improve your admissions selection process?
Speak with an expert today.