Advisories NCA May 2021 Exam Results
We know how important it is to NCA applicants to receive timely exam results. We are working hard to make sure you receive them as soon as possible.
Results from the May 2021 exam session are now available for the following exams:
- Canadian Professional Responsibility (Posted July 7, 2021)
- Foundations of Canadian Law (Posted July 13, 2021)
- Torts (Posted July 7, 2021)
- Contracts (Posted July 7, 2021)
To access your exam results, log in to your NCA portal and select the Exam History tab.
Requesting your Certificate of Qualification
If, with these exam results, you have successfully completed all of your assigned requirements, please follow the steps below to request your Certificate of Qualification. Once your request is received we will verify your status and issue an email notice to the specified Law Society. The NCA has resumed partial in-office operations, including issuing Certificates by mail. However, there is a significant backlog of requests. We ask for your patience as we work to reduce the backlog.
To request a Certificate:
- Log into your account.
- Click/tap on “Request Certificate” tab.
- Complete the form and click/tap “Submit”
If you failed your Canadian Professional Responsibility or Contracts exam in May, and would like the opportunity to re-write, late registration for the August 2021 exam period is available from July 9 until July 16 at 23:00 ET. If you failed your Foundations of Canadian Law exam in May, and would like the opportunity to re-write, late registration for the August 2021 period will be available from July 14 to July 21 at 23:00 ET. Please register through the Candidate Portal. Late registration is ONLY for those who wrote the same subject in May.
NCA provides applicants with an opportunity to review failed exam(s) free of charge. Those with unsuccessful exams will be sent an email indicating how to access the examiner’s memo outlining the reasons for the results, and the failed exam. Questions about exam reviews can be directed to [email protected].