I found Pass the CASC a very informative and well thought out revision website. It was incredibly useful to see how the scenarios should be tackled and structured in real time. It was also helpful to see other potential stations which have never come up before e.g. Parietal lobe examination, which indeed did end up as a station! Without watching the scenario on this website, I would never have known how to approach this station. I got 16/16 in the exam and can’t thank Dr. Mishra enough!
I must say it has been by far the best course that I’ve attended and I’ve attended a fair few over the last 4 years. I feel that this course in particular with emphasis on time, structure and content provides a good framework for individuals to restructure if need be to the CASC scenario and work on their strengths and nullify their weakness. Your course has been invaluable for me for the preparation of this exam and has contributed immensely for my success. I’ve recommended many other trainees to subscribe to this course as it has been very helpful to me. Once again I am and will always be grateful for your help in my preparation.
The course has been a really helpful site for passing the CASC for me. The videos help create a sense of familiarity with the structure of the exam itself so it becomes easier to recognise what is being asked in each station. Watching the videos also helps develop what 7 or 10 minutes feels like for the exam. Thanks again – it really helped.
I passed my Paper 3 exam in November 2014 and enrolled for this learning resource in the 6 weeks prior to the exam. The video library is excellent and helped me to hone my approach in the exam. The notes are succinct and ideal for quick revision. In addition to preparing me for the exam it also helped tailor my clinical practice which is ultimately the key goal in any exam. I would definitely recommend this to any candidate who is planning on sitting the CASC exam.
The website provides a comprehensive coverage of several topics in the CASC. The written transcripts were useful to get a sense of structure, time management, appropriate depth and prioritisation in the exam. The actors in the videos were realistic and were helpful to think about what range of responses I might have to a given cue.