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Exam Policies and Registration Forms

REGISTRATION FORMS

 

2023/2024 Provincial Associate Litigation Exam: March 21, 2024

Fee: $200 +HST

 

REGISTER NOW

 

 

2024 Alternate Litigation Exam: July 18, 2024

 

Registration: CLOSED


PROVINCIAL LITIGATION EXAM POLICIES

IMPORTANT:

All Provincial Examinations are closed book and written online with a web-based proctor, with the exception of Litigation. Litigation registrants are permitted to bring any hard/soft cover version of the Ontario Rules of Civil Procedure and related forms. - no e-versions. You may not use loose-leaf printed pages. The Litigation exam will be completed via QuestionMark, an online delivery platform. This exam will be proctored by ILCO via Zoom. An email will be sent to each test taker in advance of the exam date providing them with the Zoom link and instructions on how to access the exam via the online exam delivery platform.

REGISTRATION FEE:

The exam fee is $200.00 plus HST. Payment may be made by MasterCard, Visa and AMEX. Please note that fees are not transferable.

Please note: Due to the Covid-19 pandemic registrations with payment by cheque will not be considered complete and processed by ILCO. 

REFUND POLICY:

Through the ILCO Portal, you will have the ability to withdraw from the exam up to 14 days prior to the exam date.

EXAM FORMAT:

The ILCO Provincial exams will be completed online. 

EXAM CRITERIA:

The exam is scheduled for two and one half (2 ½) hours. The exam is worth 100 marks. The exam will consist of multiple choice, true/false or matching questions, as well as a variety of short answer questions, brief case scenarios and/or calculations. A simple calculator is permitted. Cell phones may not be used as calculators.

EXAM RESULTS:

Student grades will be available on the ILCO Portal within 90 days of the exam date. Students will receive an email from ILCO advising when grades are ready on the online ILCO member portal. Verbal results will not be provided under any circumstance.

ILCO provides a Certificate to students upon successful completion of the four Associate Program Provincial Examinations.

ACCOMODATION REQUESTS:

Requests for exam delivery accommodations due to medical reasons must be submitted before or during the exam ordering process. All requests must include a signed doctor’s note with details of the medical issue and requested accommodation. The date must be within 6 months. Requests for exam delivery accommodations should be sent in no later than 14 days in advance of the exam date.

All requests will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis and evaluated to ensure compliance with competencies and delivery systems capabilities. Acknowledgement of Request will happen within two (2) business days of receipt. Review and response may take up to seven (7) days.

ONLINE EXAMINATIONS:

By choosing to purchase and write this exam, you hereby acknowledge and agree to be bound by all policies of ILCO.

All examinations become the property of ILCO. All examination records are destroyed 1 year after the examination date.

NO RIGHT OF APPEAL

Students writing the provincial or alternate exam will not have the right to appeal their grade. There will not be an opportunity to view your graded exam paper.

RESCHEDULING EXAMS

There is NO OPTION TO RESCHEDULE your exam. All exam days are final.

EDUCATION AWARDS:

If you are an ILCO member and achieve the highest grade on the provincial associate exam(s)** or on any fellowship exams you are eligible to be considered as a possible recipient of ILCO education awards. Members who achieve honours on each of the four provincial exams will receive an honours certificate; both awards are presented at ILCO’s Annual Education Awards. The Annual Awards ceremony is an invite only event held to recognize the outstanding achievements made in the Associate and Fellowship courses.

  •    REAL ESTATE - Balfour Award for Excellence in Real Estate
  •    LITIGATION - James Bristow Award for Excellence in Litigation
  •    ESTATES - David Boakes Award for Excellence in Estates
  •    CORPORATE - Victor Award for Excellence in Corporate

 


ALTERNATE PROVINCIAL LITIGATION EXAM POLICIES

IMPORTANT:

All Provincial Examinations are closed book with the exception of Litigation.  Litigation registrants are permitted to bring any version of the Ontario Rules of Civil Procedure and related forms.

REGISTRATION FEE:

The alternate exam fee is $300.00 plus H.S.T.  Payment may be made by MasterCard, Visa and AMEX. Please note that fees are not transferable.

REFUND POLICY:

Through the ILCO Portal, you will have the ability to withdraw from the exam up to 14 days prior to the exam date subject to a $25.00 administration fee.

EXAM FORMAT:

Alternate exams are written in person at the ILCO Office.

EXAM CRITERIA:

The exam is scheduled for two and one half (2 ½) hours. The exam is worth 100 marks. The exam will consist of multiple choice, true/false or matching questions as well as a variety of short answer questions, brief case scenarios and/or calculations. A simple calculator is permitted. Cell phones may not be used as calculators.

EXAM RESULTS:

Student grades will be available on the ILCO Portal within 90 days of the examination date. Students will receive an email from ILCO advising when grades are ready on the online ILCO member portal. Verbal examination results will not be provided under any circumstance.

ILCO provides a certificate to students upon successful completion of the four Associate Program Provincial Examinations.

NO RIGHT OF APPEAL

Students writing the alternate exam will not have the right to appeal their grade. There will not be an opportunity to view your graded exam paper.