All Fellowship Examinations are closed book and written with a web-based proctor.
The Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario ("ILCO") Fellowship exams will be completed via an online platform. An email will be sent to each test taker giving them information regarding the exam.
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.
Student grades will be available on the ILCO Portal within 90 days of the exam date. Verbal results will not be provided under any circumstance.
By choosing to 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 Fellowship exam will not have the right to appeal their grade. There will not be an opportunity to view your graded exam paper.
There is NO OPTION TO RESCHEDULE your exam. All exam days are final.
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.”