• Over 120 brand-new 7 minute CASC videos based upon scenarios commonly faced in the new format MRCPsych CASC exam.
  • All stations are conducted by Dr. Mishra so unlike any other CASC video-based teaching available the course demonstrates a proven, consistent and systematic exam technique that can be applied to all scenarios. 
  • Over 100 high quality audio-visual tutorials with succinct structures and phrases to assist with natural interview style development, core clinical knowledge and additional advice on previous and potential future CASC scenarios.
  • Download PDFs on all audio-visual tutorials ideal for quick revision any mobile device.
  • 1:1 video lectures to optimise exam mindset, revision strategy and exam technique to ensure consistency in performance during your revision and exam.
  • Timed visual commentary on all videos demonstrating consistent essential exam technique required to pass the MRCPsych CASC. 
  • Elegant and fully responsive design for speed of access and revising on the move via Smartphone or Tablet.
  • CASC simulator programme containing over 100 questions to assist with the critical exam-technique of structure building. 

Recent testimonials from our UK & ROI subscribers:



  • This course is brilliant! It has a wide range of scenarios which feel very much like the ones that come up in the CASC.  I found it much more useful than other resources I’d been using as it was more up to date and in line with the current format. The course gives you a structure to follow and gives very good examples of how to stick to the time given in the exam stations. The candidate in the videos has a lovely bed side manner and you can pick up some great communication skills and exam techniques through watching him. I passed first time in CT2 and would recommend Pass the CASC to anyone preparing for the CASC.

    Dr. Livings (East Midlands Deanery)

    Passed January 2022

  • “It is a great resource! I found Pass the very useful especially when I used the downloads to review the transcript of the videos it also had other possible scenarios of the same question. The last week of my revision was spent going over the videos and I passed 16 out of 16 stations.”

    Dr.Obienu (Republic of Ireland Trainee)

    Passed September 2021

  • I am very grateful to have passed the January 2021 CASC on my first attempt. The format of these videos is unique as you can see the O/D/P/I method visually utilised within the time restrictions. The knowledge can then be reinforced with the corresponding tutorial video if needed. It is also beneficial to watch the professional yet warm and empathetic way that Dr Mishra interacts with the patients in the videos. I consider this to be a vital skill for CASC and the difference between passing and failing a station. I would recommend the videos to anybody preparing for CASC as a way to consolidate the final stages of their preparation.

    Dr.Puttaroo (CT2 London Deanery)

    Passed January 2021

  • I am very pleased to tell you that I passed the CASC! I don’t think I would have done it without your excellent course. I’ll always remember the genuine, humble and caring demeanour that you have shown in the videos. Hope we’ll get to work together in person some day!

    Dr.Yung (London Deanery)

    Passed January 2022

  • Pass the is a very thorough and well planned course. I found the videos particularly helpful for time management and communication skills. which is a struggle for many candidates. Wonderful course. I highly recommend it and managed to pass 16/16 stations.

    Dr.Giacobone (Republic of Ireland trainee)

    Passed January 2021

  • I was quite anxious about the CASC exam due to what I’d heard from fellow international colleagues and would not have passed my January CASC exam without Pass the CASC. I liked the structure and content of the various modules and especially loved the way Dr. Mishra dispelled the various myths we international medical graduates had about the CASC exam. I would strongly recommend Pass the CASC to everyone taking the exam

    Dr. Oni (Specialty Doctor, Lancaster UK)

    Passed January 2021