Remember to approach this quiz as a non-Canadian might.
The number of points one can earn for demonstrating adaptability will remain at a maximum of 10, with the most points given to those with Canadian work experience; however, more points will now be awarded for your spouse's adaptability and some other variables.
Up to two (2) of the following:
You scored 90/67 points overall
University degree of two years or more at the bachelor’s level - 20 points
Proficiency in English and/or French
English Reading - 6 points
English Writing - 6 points
English Speaking - 6 points
English Listening - 6 points
French Reading - 1 point
French Writing - 1 point
French Speaking - 1 point
French Listening - 1 point
6+ years - 15 points
18 to 35 years old - 12 points
Arranged employment in Canada
Yes - 10 points
Your spouse is proficient in an official language - 5 points
After meeting minimum requirements, you scored the 67 points needed to have your application considered.
The government has stated that the pass mark is likely to remain at 67 after changes to the Federal Skilled Worker Program are implemented, but please look out for the official announcement in 2013.