These timelines are final and are final and are only for the April 27, 2022 exam.
|Submission of online application form. Application fee of $100* |
and all supporting documents due.
|February 9, 2022|
|Completion of the Jurisprudence e-Learning Module.*||February 9, 2022|
|Request for testing accommodations|
completed by a healthcare practitioner.
|February 9, 2022|
|Exam fee payment and submission of exam form.||March 2, 2022|
|Language change request.||March 9, 2022|
|Window to book your exam with Meazure Learning. |
(For approved applicants, only.)
|April 4-15, 2022|
|Deadline for withdrawals from the 2022 exam.||April 12, 2022|
|Deferrals.||April 20, 2022|
Visit the Start an Application page and click the category that applies to you to complete and submit the online application form and supporting documents. If you are applying to re-write the exam, do not submit a new application. Email the College and you will be provided with further instructions.
Applicants who meet the application requirements will receive notification by email of their eligibility to write the exam and must complete these additional requirements in order to register for the exam:
- Complete and submit the Exam Registration Form and pay the exam fee.
- Register for the online exam on the Meazure Platform.
You can write the exam in English or French. You must indicate your preferred language on the Exam Registration Form. Any request to change your preferred language must be made in writing and received by the College at least four weeks before the exam date. You cannot change your preferred language on the day of the exam.
Applicants who require accommodations must complete the accommodation application form. All requests must be supported by documentation. For a medical accommodation, please have the appropriate health professional complete the disability-related needs form. Please submit your complete request by mail or via email by the deadline noted above.
You can defer writing the exam to the next available exam date for any reason, including not being ready to write. Requests for deferral must be emailed at least seven days before the exam. The exam fee will be credited in full toward the next sitting.
You can withdraw from writing the exam if you do not want to defer to the next available exam date. If you withdraw, you will receive a 50% refund of the exam fee if the withdrawal occurs at least 15 calendar days before the exam date. If the withdrawal occurs within 15 calendar days of the exam date, you will not be refunded any amount.
A partial refund may be issued to applicants who withdraw within 15 calendar days of the exam date with a documented illness or on compassionate grounds. View the Fee Refund Policy.
Changes to name and contact information
If you have legally changed your name, you must notify the College immediately via email and submit proof of the name change. If your contact information (email address, telephone number, home address, etc.) has changed, you must also notify the College. The College communicates information on the exam via email. Please report these changes by sending an email to the College.
Preparing for the exam
The College has developed several resources to help you prepare for the exam. View the study resources.
School performance report
The College publishes data on how applicants from Ontario post-secondary institutions perform on the exam. View the school performance report.
For more information on the exam or if you have any questions, contact the College via email.
Check out this video to learn more!