Hi everyone! As you may know, doing sample questions is the best way to really understand various immigration areas and how they relate to your ICCRC exam.

Here is a new one that will really test your knowledge of the Express Entry System and how it relates to Federal Skilled Workers.

You can try right away or you might want to study up a little by reading page 22 of your Test Day Data Book or by going through the CIC section on selection factors: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/immigrate/skilled/apply-factors.asp


Here is your question for today:


Melissa is a 25 year old architect who completed her Master’s Degree at the University of Toronto from 2008 — 2010. After graduating, she worked for 6 months with a small architecture firm in Hamilton and eventually went back home to Colombia to spend time with her family. Her husband, Oscar, is a teacher with a Master’s Degree in Education. When Oscar was 25 years old, he spent a year in Canada working for a college as an educational advisor and both he and Melissa loved their experience so much that they would love to immigrate permanently under Express Entry.

After reading about the score needed to receive an Invitation to Apply, they both took their IELTS and TEF exams. Oscar received a score of Band 5,4,5,5 in Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking while Melissa received Band 6 in everything. For their TEF exam, Melissa received a score of 234, 199, 168, and 265 and Oscar scored a 390, 330, 250 and 390 in Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing. They’ve been looking for a job offer with no luck, but would still like to get Melissa’s Express Entry profile entered as soon as possible.

How many points is Melissa likely to score in the Comprehensive Ranking System?

a. 955

b. 268

c. 355

d. 438


For the answer, click here on question #1


Happy studying!



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