EE score 432- thoughts?

Old Aug 29th 2021, 1:26 pm
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Question EE score 432- thoughts?

Hi all,

trying to work out how good my express entry score is, I've for 432 as FSW scheme (I'm a nurse in the UK trying to move my qualifications over)

how good do you think that score is? I've been in the Express entry pool now since may the 11th. (not that express really!!)

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Sorry to say, but not good enough, the points requirement hasn't gone that low since May 2017, so over 4 years ago.

Although your score is better than you'd calculated before, it's still a long way off the cut off (UK Registered nurse wanting to move to Ontario, Canada). At the moment there are almost 60,000 people in the pool scoring higher than you, so I can't see that points threshold dropping anytime soon unfortunately.

Any way of getting your points up, can you maybe give us a breakdown of your score so we can see if they can be improved anywhere?

And personal question I know, but how old are you? Will you lose points anytime soon due a birthday or are you young enough for that not to matter?

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thanks for the reply! I'm 31, my partner is nearly 33.

Criteria Score CRS - Human Capital - Age 90 CRS - Human Capital - Level of Education 112 CRS - Human Capital - First Official Language Proficiency 125 CRS - Human Capital - Second Official Language Proficiency 0 CRS - Human Capital - Canadian Work Experience 0

my partner:
Spouse Criteria Score CRS - Spouse - Level of Education 10 CRS - Spouse - First Official Language Proficiency 20 CRS - Spouse - Canadian Work Experience 0

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Your score is based on your education, job experience and relevant qualifications (for trade occupations).
Skill transferability Criteria Score CRS - Skill Transferability - Education 25 CRS - Skill Transferability - Foreign Work Experience 50 CRS - Skill Transferability - Certificate of Qualification 0
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Originally Posted by JD1990
thanks for the reply! I'm 31, my partner is nearly 33.
OK, so you'll lose another 5 points when you turn 32 unfortunately, dropping you down further. There's another 3 points if you got top IELTS scores, but that's not enough to make a difference.

What does your partner score, is s/he in the pool as well? Although older, it looks as though s/he has higher education and better IELTS scores than you? So may be scoring more.

Either of you speak any French at all?
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we got the same IELTS, other than him scoring 8.5 on writing and me scoring 8.
he isn't in the pool himself, he's on my application as a spouse, he has a doctorate and a degree assessed by WEs.

We both speak basic french, (I speak it to GCSE level) but only just enough to get by, so unsure if a french exam would actually make me loose points!!! lol

any tips? I feel so stuck.
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Originally Posted by JD1990
he isn't in the pool himself, he's on my application as a spouse, he has a doctorate and a degree assessed by WEs.
Can you double check his score? It will almost certainly be more than yours from what you've said. Although he'll get 10 points less than you for age, he'll also get 21 points more for education, plus another 25 for skills transferability.
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Apparently as a spouse his points are capped for education even if it is a doctorate. (he isn't a medical doctor it's a doctorate of linguistics)
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Apparently as a spouse his points are capped for education even if it is a doctorate. (he isn't a medical doctor it's a doctorate of linguistics)
I'm suggesting he is the principal applicant, and you are the spouse. So check his own score and see if it would make more sense for him to be the applicant instead, looks to me as though he'll score a good chunk more than you.
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Originally Posted by christmasoompa
I'm suggesting he is the principal applicant, and you are the spouse. So check his own score and see if it would make more sense for him to be the applicant instead, looks to me as though he'll score a good chunk more than you.
I was thinking the same thing..

JD1990 What does your partner do for a living - what is his NOC code? There may be other avenues (streams) open to you (as a couple) if he is the lead applicant.
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he is a lecturer NOC 4011 "University professors and lecturers" - I don't think he'd qualify for EE?
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Originally Posted by JD1990
he is a lecturer NOC 4011 "University professors and lecturers" - I don't think he'd qualify for EE?
Absolutely he could qualify - any skilled job can qualify, NOC 4011 is classed as Professional jobs (skill level A) - it will depend on points as to whether he would be invited..
https://noc.esdc.gc.ca/Structure/Noc...cceHdpg77sU%3D

I'd suggest that you use the 'calculator' to assess what the points would be if he was the lead applicant and you were on it as an accompanying partner/spouse.

https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration...d-workers.html
https://britishexpats.com/wiki/Quick...an_Immigration
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you are all amazing, I will look into it now thanks
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Just calculated his score - 491 how does that look is it still rubbish?
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Just calculated his score - 491 how does that look is it still rubbish?
No - that's brilliant!! He would get an invite almost immediately. Do double check the numbers and perhaps post them here.. just to be sure.
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Originally Posted by JD1990
Just calculated his score - 491 how does that look is it still rubbish?
Aha! Nope, that's enough to get selected. He should apply then, with you as his spouse. Given no FSW draws have taken place this year, the points threshold may be higher than normal when they re-start (used to be around 460-470 as a rough guide), but he's in a strong position with 490.

You can see all draws here by the way in case you've not already found this page - https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration...ry-rounds.html
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