Express Entry draw sees 10-point drop in cut-off score

In less than two weeks Canada has invited another set of 3,000 Express Entry candidates to apply for Canadian permanent residence. The Government of Canada limits the Comprehensive Ranking System score to 446.

Compared to the last draw which took place on March 14, today’s CRS score is 10 points lower. This is also the first time in 2018 that back-to-back draws have taken place in less than two weeks and a rare Monday morning draw. Recently, Express Entry draws have for the most part taken place on Wednesdays.

This latest draw was the sixth of 2018. And as we seen through the last three draws of this invitation it continues the trend to 3,000 Express Entry candidates.

Last year, April proved to be one of the Express Entry system’s busiest months with three draws and a total of 11,341 ITAs issued. Last April also saw the CRS minimum cut-off score drop to 415.

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