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Jurisprudence Exam Information

Applicants seeking a General, Restricted, Academic and Post-graduate and Resident Licence in Ontario are required to successfully complete the Jurisprudence Examination. The exam requires applicants to demonstrate knowledge of and the ability to apply relevant Ontario legislation and regulations, as well as College standards and guidelines. This exam is approved by the College’s Registration Committee.

Important Note: The College will be launching an updated Jurisprudence Exam on Wednesday April 1st, 2020.

 

If you will be taking the exam on or before Sun., March 29, 2020, please follow the below instructions and use the appropriately associated links to prepare for the exam: 

The College has created two documents to support applicants in successfully completing the exam. Applicants should thoroughly read and review these documents in preparation for the exam.

The Jurisprudence Examination Workbook version 09/2018 provides an overview of applicable legislation, regulations, College standards, guidelines and policies. The workbook provides links to reference materials at the end of each chapter that candidates are expected to review.

The Jurisprudence Examination Candidate Instruction Guide version 01/2020 contains information about applying to sit the exam, test locations, format, blueprint, sample questions, scoring and policies. 

The duration of this exam is a maximum of three hours. The exam asks 105 questions. The pass score is 70 correct answers.

If you will be taking the exam on or after Wed., April 1, 2020, please follow the below instructions and use the appropriately associated links to prepare for the exam:

The College has created two documents to support applicants in successfully completing the exam. Applicants should thoroughly read and review these documents in preparation for the exam.

The Jurisprudence Examination Workbook version 03/2020 provides an overview of applicable legislation, regulations, College standards, guidelines and policies. The workbook provides links to reference materials at the end of each chapter that candidates are expected to review are expected to review.

The Jurisprudence Examination Candidate Instruction Guide version 03/2020 contains information about applying to sit the exam, test locations, format, blueprint, sample questions, scoring and policies.

The duration of this exam is a maximum of three hours. The exam asks 100 questions. The pass score is 67 correct answers.

 

General Exam Quick Facts:

  • The fee to write the exam is $175 + HST. The exam fee is applicable to every sitting.
  • Candidates are responsible for scheduling the date and location of the exam after receiving notification from the College that they are eligible to take the exam. It is advised that candidates provide the testing facility with two weeks notice.
  • Candidates may attempt the exam a maximum of two times before remediation is required.

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Jurisprudence Exam

The College's jurisprudence exam requires applicants to demonstrate knowledge of and the ability to apply relevant Ontario legislation and regulations, as well as College standards and guidelines.

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