Nova scotia PNP point calculator

Factor Points
Education Maximum 25 Points
Proficiency in English and/or French Maximum 28 Points
Work Experience Maximum 15 Points
Age Maximum 12 Points
Jobs in Nova Scotia Maximum 10 Points
Adaptability Maximum 10 Points
Total Maximum 100 Points
Minimum Passing Points 67 Points

Factor 1: Education

Educational Qualification Select
Doctoral level
Master`s level or professional degree
Two or more post-secondary qualifications, one of them must be at least a three-year or longer post-secondary qualification.
Three-year or longer post-secondary credential
Two-year post-secondary credential
One-year post-secondary credential
Secondary school


Factor 2: Proficiency in English and/or French

Proficiency Level Select
First Official Language
Speaking / Listening / Reading / Writing Intermediate IELTS 6.0 / 6.0 / 6.0 / 6.0
Speaking / Listening / Reading / Writing High intermediate
IELTS 6.5 / 7.5 / 6.5/6.5
Speaking / Listening / Reading / Writing Advanced
IELTS 7.0 / 8.0 / 7.0 / 7.0
Speaking / Listening / Reading / Writing Spouse/partner's official language (CLB4)
IELTS 4.0 / 4.5 / 3.5 / 4.0
Maximum   24
Second Official Language
Speaking / Listening / Reading / Writing CLB/NCLC 5 in all abilities
IELTS 5.0 / 5.0 / 4.0 / 5.0
Maximum
Listening, Reading, Speaking, Writing
4  

Factor 3: Work Experience

Work Experience Select
1 year (Minimum threshold)
2-3 years
4-5 years
6 years or more

Factor 4: Age

Age of Applicant Select
18 to 35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47 and more

Factor 5: Arranged Employment

The Applicant And Select
Has an LMIA-based work permit and presently works in Canada under the work category classed as "skilled" (NOC 0, A, or B level). At the time of applying for a permanent residency, the work permit is still valid and the applicant has received a full time job offer from the employer on a permanent basis.The applicant must still be in possession of a valid work permit at the time of receiving the permanent resident visa.
Has an LMIA-exempt work permit or entered into a provincial/territory agreement for a work permit and presently works in Canada. At the time of applying for a permanent residency, the work permit is still valid and the applicant has received a full time job offer from the employer on a permanent basis.The applicant must still be in possession of a valid work permit at the time of receiving the permanent resident visa.
Has no authorization to work in Canada as a result of lack of possession of a valid work permit. The applicant has received a full time job offer from a prospective employer on a permanent basis which has received a positive LMIA.
Has a valid work permit or authorization to work in Canada but not under the first two categories mentioned above. At the time of applying for a permanent residency, the work permit is still valid and the applicant has received a full time job offer from a prospective employer on a permanent basis which has received a positive LMIA.

Factor 6: Adaptability

Adaptability Select
PA past working experience in Canada (at least 1 year NOC 0,A,B)
Previous study in Canada
Previous study in Canada – accompanying spouse/partner
Previous work in Canada – accompanying spouse/partner
Arranged employment in Canada
Relative in Canada – 18 years or older
Language ability CLB 4 or above – accompanying spouse/partner (IELTS 4.0/4.5/3.5/4.0)
YOUR TOTAL POINTS: 0

Disclamer: This calculator is made available Solely to provide guidance and tentative calculation. We dont provide any assurance for its accuracy. Its a general calculation your individual circumstances may impact your final scores.

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