CHRP/CHRL Employment Law Exam

The CHRP/CHRL Employment Law Exam

The CHRP/CHRL Employment Law Exam is a 3.5-hour multiple-choice examination composed of 110 multiple-choice questions. The questions are designed to test a candidate’s ability to apply their knowledge of employment and workplace law within the overarching topics of Employment Contracts and Terminations, Employer Obligations, and Rules and Legislation.

Emond Exam Prep offers a realistic full-length CHRP/CHRL Employment Law Practice Exam that serves as an interactive study aid to help you achieve your desired results on the exam. Emond’s practice exam is designed to mimic the content and structure of the professional exam with 110 challenging and realistic multiple-choice questions. Upon submission, you will be able to review your answer choice for each question, along with the correct answer choice and an explanation that provides additional clarification. For a realistic experience, aim to complete the full exam within a 3.5-hour limit.

The practice questions, which cover the material tested on the CHRP/CHRL exam, have been created and verified by subject matter experts who have taught and/or practiced in the field of employment law. They are designed to help students prepare effectively for the exam by testing their understanding and application of the required competencies and identify gaps in their knowledge.

By incorporating our substantive practice exams into your studying regimen, you will feel confident both in your knowledge of the necessary material and your ability to complete the required number of questions in the allotted time.

Are you writing the CHRP/CHRL Employment Law Exam? Start by reading the free CHRP/CHRL Exam Preparation Manual for key tips and strategies that will help you prepare effectively for the exam:

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Practice Exam

CHRP/CHRL Employment Law Practice Exam
Price $60 $40 + tax
Format 110 multiple-choice questions
Timer The timer counts upward from the time that you begin an exam. The timer can be paused and your progress will be saved when you exit, so you may resume the exam at a future date. For a realistic exam simulation, you should complete 110 questions in 3.5 hours.
Content The practice exam questions have been formulated to evaluate a candidate’s knowledge, understanding, and application of the required competencies that will be tested on the CHRP/CHRL Employment Law Exam. The structure and content of the practice exam is designed to mimic the professional exam, and questions have been developed and verified by subject matter experts who have taught and/or practiced in the field of employment law.
Exam Review Upon exam submission, you are presented with your overall score as well as the breakdown of different subject areas and how you scored in each of them. You can review each exam question to see the answer you selected, the correct answer, and an explanation.
Access Period You will have access to your practice exam and results from the date of purchase until the next scheduled CHRP/CHRL Employment Law Exam testing period, at which point your exam will expire. You may attempt the practice exam up to four times during this interim. Questions remain the same on all attempts.
Free Sample Try the free 10-question sample exam to see how it works. Just make sure you are signed in or signed up first!

The below student testimonials have been printed with permission.

“The price was right for this one. Not only did it give you a practice test and an actual timed test, it was real situational questions that were challenging. I really appreciated how after I completed the test, not only did it give me an explanation for why the correct answer is the correct answer. But most of the questions had references to refer to for extra help and studying if you need more clarification. Glad I tested myself before the CHRL with this and studied because I passed my first try!”

— Elizabeth Colavita, 2020

“Great way to gain knowledge and discover what needs more attention. Really enjoyed the breakdown for the answers—referring to different Acts, etc.”

— Briar Banks, 2019

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