Exam results

Here you'll find information on results and appeals.

07 June 2019

MRCPsych CASC Examination Singapore May 2019

22 candidates were successful at the MRCPsych CASC Examination held in Singapore in May 2019. A total of 46 candidates sat the examination. The overall Pass Rate is 47.8%.

Dr Kate Lovett, Dean

Please note that candidates who have specifically requested their name to be omitted from the pass list have not been displayed on these lists.

Candidates should have received their Result letters by email. If your name is not on the list below then please refer to your email. Candidates are asked to refrain from contacting the College as results will not be given over the telephone.

Candidate No Surname Forenames
26390 Abdul Karim Noor Tahira
27991 Abouelenein Rana
25189 Chhalotre Vivek
27754 Daresh Maryam
26418 Goh Wei Liang William
26371 Kulkarni Karishma
27621 Lee Kar Yin
29930 Lee Steve Yin Lam
26099 Liew Siew Fai
25190 Lim Wai Kwong Kenny
26285 Nair Sanjiv
29841 Omar Mohamed Mahmoud Adam
26768 Patra Priyadarshee
26363 Samuel Kanniah Edgar
26308 Tan Yon Hui
23510 Uquaily Ayesha
26192 Valaparambil Sivasankaran Sissira
27924 Wang Yuxi
25081 Wong Vincent Khung Hoon
26393 Zafar Mehnaz

To have your exam re-marked you need to complete the re-mark request form (docx) with a cheque for £130 made payable to 'The Royal College of Psychiatrists'.

This must be done within 14 days of the publication of the results.

Please note that the process for a re-mark is reviewing your mark sheets and associated examination data, this is not providing any additional feedback.

Please send these to:

Head of Examinations Operations
21 Prescot Street
E1 8BB

If you'd like to appeal against your exam result and make representations about the way it was conducted, please follow the appeals procedure (PDF).

You'll need to submit the appeal within 28 days of the date of publication of the results of the Examination.

Please send all information to: 

Head of Examinations Operations
21 Prescot Street
E1 8BB

This diagram shows the appeals process:


Please note that we will only investigate appeals where there is evidence of:

  • Administrative irregularity or procedural failure

  • Exceptional circumstances which affected you and these were not known to the Examinations Sub-Committee at the time it determined the examination result

Your appeal will be reviewed by the Deputy Chief Examiner to make sure the application falls within one or more of the grounds for appeal.

If there's grounds for appeal, the Examinations Appeals Panel will review all documentation submitted by you.

They'll also look at marksheets and comments from the Chief Invigilator and from the Observer if available.

The Head of Examinations Operations will let you know of the decision in writing as soon as reasonably possible.

We do advise you to apply for the next available date of the examination, even if you haven't heard about the outcome of your appeal.

Please do not make representations to the examiner in any circumstances.

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