ICCRC Entry to Practice Exam

Tips and Strategies for Studying at Home

May 11, 2020 - 10:04 am

At Emond Exam Prep we are dedicated to providing students with the support and resources they need to prepare for their professional licensing exams. During this period of uncertainty, you may be feeling anxious about preparing for your exams, which you will have to write on a date that is yet to be determined. The best way to handle this situation is to stay focused on the next stage in your career and to develop a study plan that will help you reach it. When the time comes, it is important to be ready to write your licensing exams and to move forward with the goals you have set for yourself. In order to enhance your preparation, here are some tips on how to utilize your study time effectively. The following includes general tips as well... More

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Get To Know The New ICCRC Exam

August 2, 2018 - 12:25 pm

If you’re preparing to write the ICCRC exam to become a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) next week, you’ve likely heard that the format of the exam has changed. The best way to maintain your confidence before exam day is to familiarize yourself with the new format. To help you do this, we’ve outlined the major differences and similarities between the old ICCRC exam and the new ICCRC exam.   What’s Changed: 1. Name Formerly, the exam was known as the ICCRC Full Skills Exam (FSE). Now, the exam is called the ICCRC Entry-to-Practice Exam (EPE). Although this is a minor change that should not impact your exam preparation, it is important to be familiar with the official name of the exam. 2. Number and Format of... More

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