Oxfordpsych CASC Online Mock Exam format - NOW ONLINE 

Oxfordpsych CASC online Mock Exams are designed to fully replicate the RCPsych online CASC examinations.  They provide you with a perfect platform to practice stations in exam conditions using an online platform.

Each half day exam contains 16 stations, eight stations in the new format with four minute reading time and a focus on management, followed by eight short instruction stations with the usual ninety second reading time, and a mix of history and assessment stations. Each Mock exam will cover a range of specialities, according to the RCPsych CASC blueprint. Two Mock Exams on one day will contain different sets of stations. 

Feedback is written and focuses on the skills, competencies and domains being assessed in RCPsych CASC


"I found the Mock CASC Exam really useful - it helped reduce my anxiety and have an idea of what to expect. I passed the same number of stations as in the real exam, so I think it is a good reflection of the real thing. I would recommend the Mock to everyone." Sheffield 2016



The team

The team of examiners and actors are very experienced in the CASC format, and aim to provide an authentic experience in a supportive environment. The majority of the actors have worked in the CASC exam, and provide the same level of challenge as in the real stations of CASC. The examiners are very experienced in giving accurate, targetted  CASC focused feedback.


Online mock exam timings:

Morning Mock : 08:45 - 12:45

Afternoon Mock : 13:00 - 17:00 


Summer Term 2022 - Mock CASC Exams:

Saturday 3rd September 2022, morning and afternoon exams


Winter Term 2022/23 - Mock CASC Exams:

January 2023 - exact dates to be confirmed



Oxfordpsych CASC online mock learning outcomes:

By the end of the online Mock CASC Exam, you will be able to:

1. Reflect on how you performed across 16 stations, looking for patterns of areas to improve from the written feedback.

2. Consider the effect of sustained concentration on you own focus and attention, and your ability to adapt to the requirements of each station, including the ability to remain resilient when things don't go as expected.

3. Identify areas for further revision, based on the content of scenarios and feedback received.

4. Appraise how much anxiety influences your own performance and to reflect on positive strategies to minimise any negative effect.

5. Compare the CASC experience to that of clinical practice, and focus on demonstrating the skills and competencies of the everyday work environment in a confident and senior manner.