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Canadian Career Education College
If you are 19 years of age or older before the beginning of classes and you do not have an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or its equivalent, you may apply as a mature student. Or students who do not meet the admission requirements from their academic transcripts/degrees ECA assessment, or cannot arrange ECA may also complete a mature student assessment to determine their readiness for college studies.
It’s Never Too Late to Start Your EducationAll mature student applications are considered individually; assessment to determine readiness for college studies may be required.
Can-College Offers two MCU (Ministry of Colleges & Universities, Ontario) pre-approved testing platforms.
CAAT - (In-person paper-based format)
Mature student testing may be required for applicants who may have a condition to meet the additional or alternate admission requirements for their specific programs. In that case, a student may be requested by the admissions office to complete one of the above pre-approved Mature Student Assessment (“MSA”) tests.
MSA assessments and scores are regarded as a starting point for the establishment of minimum scores within specific educational programs and additional admission requirements if applicable.
This requirement must be met on or before the starting date of your program. Please use this link for complete details about MSA.
Test Provider/Level: Wonderlic (SLE)
Formats:(Online Web Based or In-person paper-based format)
Cost: Can$59 + HST (in-Person) or
Cost: Can$89 + HST (Online Web based) Can$ 59 for retake(s).
Canadian Career Education College has set the minimum acceptable scores for the Wonderlic Scholastic Level Exam (“SLE”).
The Wonderlic SLE is an exam that is given to students for admissions and placement purposes. Similar to an IQ test, but with far fewer questions, the Wonderlic exam measures a student's cognitive abilities.
a test can be broken down into 4 basic categories: Math, Logic, Verbal Reasoning, and General Knowledge.
The SLE is designed to assess your cognitive abilities through a series of multiple-choice questions that test your logic, math and reasoning skills. It’s similar to a miniature IQ test.
The Wonderlic Basic Skills Test (WBST) is a short-form examination that evaluates high school level math and language skills. It is used as a placement test in academic programs.
Your program selection and admission assessment will determine which test (SLE or WBST) will be required for your admission. If you have a higher education credential such as a diploma or degree in a science subject(s) matching program delivery and background, you may get WBST. If you don't have any science subject or a higher diploma or degree, you may get SLE.
This score will determine not only meeting admission requirements and/or equivalency of Canadian secondary level education. This assessment will also serve the purpose of students entering Can-College solely based on the results of this test and without requiring any other educational credential(s).
In addition, the equivalency matching the program titles provided with the titles listed within the U.S. Department of Labor’s O*NET database is recognized worldwide and may assist prospective employers in Canada to judge your competency for a related occupational title.
Wonderlic is an independent third-party test provider that utilizes this database as a framework for determining occupational minimum scores based on the knowledge, skills, and abilities required of the position. This determination is based on guidance provided by the U.S. Department of Education, as well as additional research and feedback.
This Wonderlic test is also pre-approved by the MCU (Ministry of Colleges & Universities, Ontario, Canada).
The Mature Student Assessment (MSA) is a college service offered to prospective students (19 years of age or older) who are interested in attending Canadian Career Education College for a postsecondary program and do not possess a secondary school diploma or have proof of equivalency for a Canadian Secondary School Diploma/Certificate.
Please note that the Assessment does NOT provide a student with a Grade 12 equivalency or relevant credits. This Assessment is recognized by MCU (Ministry of Colleges & Universities, Ontario, Canada) and Canadian Career Education College and the results of the Assessment are valid only at Canadian Career Education College.
Test Provider/Level: CAAT Level D Tests
Format:(In-person paper-based format) (Applicant must be physically present at the Vaughan, Ontario Campus).
Cost: Can$59 + HST (First attempt) Can$ 49 for retake(s).
Level D of the CAAT is designed for adults who have had the equivalent of eleven to twelve years of schooling and possibly some postsecondary education. Level D is also for students entering college or university. Assessment is available in the areas of math and science.
The Canadian Adult Achievement Test is a battery of tests designed to measure the level of educational achievement among adults.
This Wonderlic test is pre-approved by the MCU (Ministry of Colleges & Universities, Ontario, Canada).
Registration process and policy:
If you apply for the program first, you will receive an offer for approval with complete details and more specific information related to the MSA test, if that is applicable. Please read your offer for admission carefully or check your email for any specific communication from the admissions office for such a requirement.
In general, if you have an international education credential, either your have to provide a copy of the ECA “Educational Credential Assessment” from a Government approved agency or you have to successfully complete the assigned “MSA” via one of the following platforms.
The test registration can be started by using one of the above registration methods/buttons.
The Can-College admission administrator may assess your admission and mark a pre-condition on your offer letter in one of the following situations:
A- Admission Offer with ECA or MSA option/opportunity.
In this situation; You have met the basic admission requirements with existing international credentials. According to the Ministry of Colleges & Universities, Ontario, regulations you have to provide an assessment report indicating Canadian Credential Equivalency before the “commencement of the program.”
1- Applicant Outside Canada: In this case, you have time until the start date of the program to meet any one of the above conditions. You may proceed to pay the LOA fee to receive further admission- and visa-related documents including the LOA , and apply for the visa. If your visa is approved, then you will be required to enroll in the program-specific available session and provide either an ECA report or an MSA test report before the start date of the program.
2- Applicant Outside Canada or program format is DE, online: In this case, you are not required to apply for a visa. Still, you will be required to pay the Admission/LOA fee and to enroll in the program-specific available session and provide either an ECA report or an MSA test report before the start date of the program.
B- Admission Offer with only MSA option/opportunity
You have not met the basic admission requirements with existing international credentials, or you don’t have any grades 10, 11, or 12 certificates or diploma at all. In this situation, Can-College can still consider your admission and allow you to participate in a given Canadian post-secondary diploma program.
1- Applicant Outside Canada: In this case, you have to complete the test according to the required score to meet the condition. Your admission offer will clearly indicate this condition and the system will automatically generate an invoice to register for the test. You may proceed to pay the fee to receive further designated test-related access. Upon completing the test, you will receive test results online and a copy will be sent to the college. If you are successful, the admissions office will then proceed with further admission, enrollment and LOA-related documents allowing you to apply for the Canadian Study Permit. No Further education assessment or reporting will be required to start the program.
2- Applicant Outside Canada or program format is DE, online: In this case, you are not required to apply for a visa. Still your admission offer will clearly indicate this condition and the system will automatically generate an invoice to register for the test. You may proceed to pay the fee to receive further designated test-related access. Upon completing the test, you will receive test results online and a copy will be sent to the college. If you are successful, the admissions office will then proceed with further admission, enrollment and LOA-related documents allowing you to start the program.
Test Fees and Refund Policy:
The applicant/test taker is subject to the third-party test provider’s as well as the Can-College Code of conduct when participating in MSA program testing.
Refund Policy on MSA fee: Any Applicable MSA Test Fee is not part of the tuition or admission process fee. If you are not able to take this test within the specific/allowable time (10–15 business days from the date test instructions are relayed to you via email) for any reason(s) beyond your control, this fee will be refunded back to you via the same method it was paid. A Can$29 refund administration fee will be applied and deducted from the total amount paid.
Estimated Test Duration:
The MSA in any format typically takes about 3 hours to complete, and appointments should be made with this in mind.
Can-College does not offer, recommend or have any affiliation with any prep test providers or organizers. The applicant is responsible for any such prep test registration or preparation.