The ICCRC Exam
1. Will you continue to offer exam preparation once the ICCRC evolves into The College?
We constantly update, review and improve our materials, and lessons as immigration and the exam itself evolves.
As part of our dedication to our profession, we will continue to offer our exam preparation services to future RCICs even once the regulatory body implements organizational (and exam!) changes.
As such, we are more than happy to help you reach your goals at any step of your upcoming journey; whether it is now or in the future.
2. What is the average passing grade for the ICCRC exam?
The ICCRC uses a method that allocates a certain amount of points to questions based on their difficulty, so there is no way of knowing exactly which score you would need. However, if you score 80% on our exam simulations, you are likely ready for the actual ICCRC exam.
3. Can I bring the Test Day Data Book into my test?
Yes! It is absolutely essential to bring the Test Day Data Booklet into the exam room with you. Remember that you only have 1 minute and 28 seconds to answer each question, so it is important to get familiar with your book as much as possible.
The Test Day Data Booklet was written in a way to allow you to access important information in a matter of seconds rather than wasting valuable minutes looking through your IRPA or notes, so we recommend keeping this as your main source of consultation rather than looking through several papers on test day.
4. What if I take the seminar and then don't pass?
We truly believe in going to all lengths to help people pass the Full Skills Exam to become RCICs, which is why we’ve used our expertise in education and immigration to produce the books and seminars that so many clients have benefited from.
As such, if you take the seminar, implement the individual study plan and still don’t pass the ICCRC Full Skills Exam, we will provide you with a FREE one on one consultation to address any additional support you need to make sure you pass the exam.
5. What if I need additional information?
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