Calculate your CRS score

نمره CRS خود را حساب کنید

You must calculate your Comprehensive Rating System (CRS) score from 1,200 points. Based on the factors that play an important role in the economic success of newcomers after immigrating to Canada, to all applicants who create their Express Entry profile. A score of 1200 points is given. These factors include work experience, language skills (English and / or French), education, approved job offer, provincial candidacy, and more.

Express Entry candidates receive a score of 1,200 based on the following four main categories:

  • A) Criteria of individual abilities: These include benefits for age, education, work experience in Canada and language skills. These are key factors in the economic success of immigrants.
  • B) Criteria of a customary spouse or partner: These include the spouse or partner’s language skills, education and work experience in Canada.
  • C) Ability to transfer skills: This section creates other tips for your profile that are based on a combination of other criteria. For example, a combination of your non-Canadian education, language skills, and / or work experience.
  • D) Additional points: In this section, you will be given 600 additional points for the provincial candidate and other additional points for a valid job offer, etc.

The table below summarizes the maximum scores that can be obtained for each criterion. Be careful to calculate the CRS score in the supplementary description sheet of each factor.

Criteria

Most points available

A) Criteria of individual abilities

460 (with spouse)
500 (without spouse)

B) Criteria of spouse or partner

40

C) Criteria for skill transfer

100

D) Additional privileges

600

Most points in total

1200

Sections A and B. Criteria for individual abilities (maximum 500 points)

  • Age (highest score with spouse: 100 and without a spouse: 110)

Age

With a normal spouse or partner

No normal spouse or partner

17 years old or younger

0

0

18 years old

90

99

19 years old

95

105

20 to 29 years old

100

110

30 years old

95

105

31 years old

90

99

32 years old

85

94

33 years old

80

88

34 years old

75

83

35 years old

70

77

36 years old

65

72

37 years old

60

66

38 years old

55

61

39 years old

50

55

40 years old

45

50

41 years old

35

39

42 years old

25

28

43 years old

15

17

44 years old

5

6

45 years old or older

0

0

most

100

110

  • Education level (maximum score 150)

Check out the ECA page for more information on how to get your ECA for your non-Canadian diploma.

Points are awarded only for the highest level of education obtained. The maximum points that can be earned for education is 150 CRS points, whether you are single or with a spouse or a regular partner.

Level of Education

With a normal spouse or partner

No normal spouse or partner

Less than high school (high school)

0

0

High school diploma (high school graduation)

28

30

One year degree, diploma or certificate from a university, college, business or technical school or other institution

84

90

A two-year program at a university, college, business or technical school, or other institution

91

98

A bachelor’s degree or a three-year or more program at a university, college, business or technical school, or other institution

112

120

Two or more certificates, diplomas or degrees. One should be for a three or more year program

119

128

A master’s degree, or professional degree required to practice in a licensed profession (for a “professional degree”, the degree program must be in: Medicine, veterinary medicine, dentistry, optometry, law, chiropractic medicine or pharmacy).

126

135

PhD Degree

140

150

most

140

150

  • Language skills (highest score with spouse: 170 and without a spouse: 160)

If you take the French and English exams, you can choose your first official language. The tests in which you get the best marks are the ones you should choose as your first official language. For more information, check out this language test page.

For your first official language, the conversion chart below tells you how many CRS points you can get based on your test results. This table is for each ability, for example, if you have a Canadian Level 7 (CLB) score for four abilities (speaking, reading, listening, writing) and you are single, you will get 68 points multiplied by 4 by 17 Come.

Canadian Language Criteria Level (CLB) for each ability

With a normal spouse or partner

No normal spouse or partner

* Points are awarded for each language ability

Less than CLB 4

0

0

CLB 4 or 5

6

6

CLB 6

8

9

CLB 7

16

17

CLB 8

22

23

CLB 9

29

31

CLB 10 or higher

32

34

most

128

136

For the second official language, the following conversion table teaches you how many CRS points you earn in each ability.

There are no additional points for the second official language, there is no need to test your spouse or regular partner in French and English tests.

CRS score with a spouse or partner can not exceed 22 points.

Canadian Language Criteria Level (CLB) for each ability

With a normal spouse or partner

No normal spouse or partner

* Points are awarded for each language ability

CLB 4 or less

0

0

CLB 5 or 6

1

1

CLB 7 or 8

3

3

CLB 9 or higher

6

6

most

22

24

  • Canadian work experience (highest score 80)

You must first find your NOC code and then check to see if your work history qualifies for that NOC code.

The maximum points you can earn for working experience in Canada is 80 CRS points, whether you are single or with your spouse and partner.

Work experience in Canada

With a normal spouse or partner

No normal spouse or partner

No history or less than one year

0

0

1 year

35

40

2 years

46

53

3 years

56

64

4 years

63

72

5 years or more

70

80

most

70

80

Section c. Skills Transfer Criteria (Maximum 100 points)

  • Education level (maximum score 50)

The criterion of skill transfer capability is your most important CRS score. You can add 100 points to your score using this item, and it almost guarantees that you will be selected from the archive. However, this is not an easy task. For skilled federal labor program candidates (who do not have work experience in Canada), a score of 9 on the CLB in all four language skills is what can set you apart.

Here, for example, if you get at least a grade of 9 in the CLB in all four abilities and a master’s degree (which theoretically requires you to have a bachelor’s degree, which usually takes 4 years), you will earn an additional 50 points. . This is why it is so important to be able to assess your full credit with the ECA and not just your highest qualification (you can refer to the ECA page here), if you do this once, it will not cost you more. Had.

If you have CLB9 in all four abilities, you can not add CLB7 points either. You just have to select one item.

You can check out how to prepare for your language tests here.

With good formal language skills (standard Canadian language level (CLB score 7 or higher) and post-secondary education

Points forCLB with a score of 7 or more in all First Official Language abilities, with one or more sub-CLBwith a score of 9

Scores forthe CLBwith a score of 9 or higher in all four first official language abilities

Certificate of secondary education (high school) or less

0

0

Certificate of post-secondary education, one year or more

13

25

Two or more certificates of post-secondary education and at least one of these certificates has been issued for three years or more after completing the post-secondary education.

25

50

most

25

50

With work experience and degree after high school

Score for education + 1 year work experience in Canada

Score for education + 2 years work experience in Canada or more

Certificate of secondary education (high school) or less

0

0

Certificate of post-secondary education, one year or more

13

25

Two or more certificates of post-secondary education and at least one of these certificates has been issued for three years or more after completing the post-secondary education.

25

50

most

25

50

  • Experience working abroad (highest score 50)

The criterion of skill transfer capability is your most important CRS score. You can add 100 points to your score using this item, and it almost guarantees that you will be selected from the archive. However, this is not an easy task. For skilled federal labor program candidates (who do not have work experience in Canada), a score of 9 on the CLB in all four language skills is what can set you apart.

Here, for example, if you have at least CLB 9 in all four abilities and 3 years of foreign (non-Canadian) work experience, you will earn an additional 50 points.

If you have CLB9 in all four abilities, you can not add CLB7 points either. You must use one of these privileges.

Years of experience

Points forCLB with a score of 7 or more in all First Official Language abilities, with one or more sub-CLBwith a score of 9

Scores forthe CLBwith a score of 9 or higher in all four first official language abilities

No experience working abroad

0

0

1 or 2 years of work experience abroad

13

25

3 years or more work experience abroad

25

50

most

25

50

Years of experience

Score for education + 1 year work experience in Canada

Score for education + 2 years work experience in Canada or more

No experience working abroad

0

0

1 or 2 years of work experience abroad

13

25

3 years or more work experience abroad

25

50

most

25

50

  • Certificate of Certification (Maximum score 50)

This skill transfer coefficient is for eligible candidates under the Federal Skills Jobs Program, who are certified in Skills Jobs and are issued by a provincial or federal official. If your language skills are in the four CLB 7 abilities and you have a degree, you can earn an extra 50 points. For more information on the eligibility of the Federal Skills Job Program, you can check here.

Certificate of Competence (Skilled Occupations) – with First Official Language Proficiency (CLBCanadian Standard Levelwith a score of 5 or higher)

Credits for a CLB+ Certificateof 5 or higher in all First Official Language Competencies, with one or more of the followingCLBswith a score of 7

Scores for the CLB+ Certificate of Certificate with a score of 9 or higher in all four first official language abilities

Comes with a certificate of competency

25

50

most

25

50

Section d. Additional criteria (maximum 600 points)

You can earn an extra 600 points.

In this link, you can check how you prepare for the French language test.

For provincial candidates, you should check which province has Express Entry and is open. You can learn all about provincial candidates here.

Click here for more information on valid job offers by IRCC standards.

Criterion

points

Sibling living in Canada (citizen or permanent resident)

15

French language skills

30

Post-secondary education in Canada

30

Approved job opportunity

200

PN candidate

600

most

600

مدارک شناسایی و مسافرتی به کانادا

Claim points for work experience

In order to earn points for work experience, you must:

  • Obtained by foreign nationals in Canada or outside of Canada in occupations of the NOC code skill set in type or level 0, A or B

  • Be full-time (or equivalent to part-time, at least 15 hours per week)

  • Have a reward.