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Calculate Your CRS Score for Canada Express Entry

By using our Comprehensive Ranking System tool, you can accurately calculate your CRS score and improve your chances of being selected for Canadian PR.


Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) Score

The Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score is a points-based system used by Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) to evaluate and rank candidates who apply for immigration through the Express Entry system. The CRS score is based on various factors such as age, education, work experience, language proficiency in English and French, arranged employment in Canada, and adaptability factors. Candidates are awarded points based on these factors, and those with the highest CRS scores are invited to apply for permanent residence in Canada through regular draws conducted by IRCC.

The CRS score cutoff varies with each draw, depending on factors such as the number of candidates in the pool and the specific requirements of the draw. Candidates who meet or exceed the CRS score cutoff in a draw may receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA) for permanent residence in Canada.

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Select Your Marital Status



Fill Your Personal Details


Enter your age


Choose your first language from the options- IELTS, CELPIP, TEF or TCF


If you are married, select your Spouse education level.


If your spouse have working experience, fill it here.

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Select your higher degree such as Diploma, Master or PhD

work experience

Select how much working experience do you have.


Enter how much he or she scored in the language test.

valid job offer

You can get additional points if you have valid job offer.

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Download this CRS Point Calculator to Stay up-to-date with the latest Express Entry draws and improve your chances of immigrating to Canada.
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How To Calculate Canada Express Entry Points?

You can get Canadian Citizenship with high CRS score. It is important to achieve minimum of 67 points out of 1200 points. Want to know your score & where you rank in the Express Entry pool? Download our CRS Point Calculator today!

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Frequently Asked Questions

To check your eligibility for Canada PR for free, you can download our app. With this tool you can also stay updated with Canada express entry draws.

There isn’t a fixed minimum Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score required to enter the Express Entry pool in Canada. The CRS score needed to receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA) for permanent residence through Express Entry varies with each draw, as it depends on factors such as the number of candidates in the pool and the specific criteria set for that draw by Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).

Here’s a breakdown of how the CRS score is calculated:

  1. Core human capital factors: These factors include age, level of education, official language proficiency (English and/or French), and Canadian work experience. Points are awarded based on the candidate’s proficiency in these areas. For example, younger candidates generally receive more points than older candidates, and individuals with higher levels of education receive more points.

  2. Accompanying spouse or common-law partner factors: If the candidate has a spouse or common-law partner who will also immigrate to Canada, factors such as their level of education, language proficiency, and Canadian work experience are taken into account. These factors contribute to the overall CRS score.

  3. Skill transferability factors: These factors assess how well a candidate’s qualifications and experiences can transfer to the Canadian labor market. For example, points may be awarded for a candidate’s foreign work experience, language proficiency, and education.

  4. Additional points: Candidates can earn additional points for factors such as having a valid job offer from a Canadian employer, obtaining a provincial nomination through a Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), having a sibling who is a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, or having completed a study program in Canada.

Once all these factors are taken into account, candidates receive a CRS score out of a maximum of 1,200 points. Candidates with the highest CRS scores are typically invited to apply for permanent residency through regular draws from the Express Entry pool. The CRS score required to receive an invitation to apply (ITA) can vary from one draw to another, depending on factors such as the number of candidates in the pool and the specific requirements of the draw.

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