I just wanted to let you know the good news that I passed the CASC. I managed to pass all 16 stations and have no doubt that your revision resources were a big part of that. Thank you very much!

Dr Vavasour (Wessex trainee)

Passed September 2016

I passed January’s CASC with flying colours – 15 out of 16 stations! I strongly feel that your tutelage and the PassTheCASC.com materials were instrumental in my success. I have come to realise that exam technique is equally – if-not-more – important than clinical skills when it comes to passing the CASC exam. PassTheCASC.com is certainly aptly named – it allows an average candidate to succeed and a strong candidate to excel!

I had given my RANZCP MOSCE exams in Australia and am happy to say that I have passed in the first attempt. Your course videos had a huge role to play in my preparation with a varied range of situations tackled in your website resources.

I found PasstheCASC.com extremely valuable in my exam preparation and I would recommend to colleagues. I found it particularly useful as a syllabus for the exam, for key questions and phrases to get the relevant information quickly and to help with timing the scenarios. It was also good to cover topics that had not yet come up in exam scenarios (e.g. parietal lobe testing or tic disorders). In fact the parietal lobe tests did come up in my exam and I think practicing using the website got me through it!

Dr Smith (UCL trainee)

Passed September 2015

PasstheCASC.com is an invaluable tool for all CASC candidates. Dr.Mishra has set the bar extremely high to ensure we all aim for 110%. The lecture notes and phrases in which to ask questions were extremely useful. I found listening to the scenarios and lectures whilst driving, traveling or during work hugely beneficial. Furthermore, and more importantly, the structures he has designed is what really helped me pass first time, especially the 45 second simulator. I recommend this to all Psychiatry CTs. Thanks again Dr.Mishra.