CRS Score Tracker

The Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) is criteria used by the Express Entry system to score candidates who apply through the federal government’s skilled worker programs.

CRS TRACKER

Description of the table fields

  • #: Each round has a unique number given to it. You can use this to look up detailed results of each round.
  • Date: The date the round was held.
  • Immigration program: The Express Entry program(s) included in the round. Rounds can cover a single program or multiple programs.
    • “no program specified” rounds are o  pen to candidates from all Express Entry programs (Canadian Experience Class, Federal Skilled Workers, Federal Skilled Trades and a portion of the Provincial Nominee Program).
  • Invitations issued: The number of candidates who got an invitation to apply.
  • CRS score of lowest-ranked candidate invited
Next Draw

IRCC does not share the date of next draw in advance. Further, there is no fixed pattern to tell when the next draw will take place. However, based on the data gathered since the beginning of Express Entry in 2015, there is a clear pattern on when the draws take place:

Gap between two draws: Average gap between two draws is generally 14 days.

CRS score distribution of candidates in the Express Entry pool

There are 143,268 in the Express Entry Pool as of July 06, 2020. The numbers in this graph reflect the total number of people in the pool overall, a few days before an invitation round. The score distribution may change as people submit new profiles and other profiles expire.

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