A what? FST!!!I'm wondering if we may see a FST draw today, as part of the 4,500 ITAs strategy from last week.
Still trying to understand what are IRCC plans after the 4,500.
is this your first IELTS attempt? If not, grab your attempt and check the previous TRF, since I'm in Argentina the first digits vary from country to country.How do I do that? I have the candidate ID with me
Nothing can be more reliable than this:Hello guys, we have received ITA and we are located in India. My husband had worked in Iraq for sometime and his PCC query has been raised. Does any one know how to get a PCC from Iraq or know any consultant/lawyer who can help us. Thanks...
Hey you never know what happens after FST draws. After the last FST draw I guess which happened in 2nd week of Oct 2019 cut off went from 464 something to 475. He is just trying to be on top of his game.What are you on? 479 you will get the invite! Looks like you are just trying to create anxiety to people who have lesser scores.
What about people who have maxed out their score and cannot improve further? Not everyone is willing to learn French from scratch just to improve their score.@jrossi Congrats on increasing your CRS score, way to go!
To everyone else:
No one is trying to cause panic here. If your score is not safe, find means to get motivated to get better scores.
I personally would not aim for the cut-off scores. The cut-off score is the score of the lowest-ranked candidate in the draw.
I don't want to just make it over the line, I want to be one of the best candidates to be invited. That's my mindset. Don't let the cut-off scores to deceive you.
If the cut-off drops, good for people with lower scores; If not, keep working hard (and also smart) to achieve better scores to get invited in the future draws. Nothing is impossible .
Key here is there is always a way, it is just hard to find a way.
At the core, this is a competition. If you have maxed out IELTS, and you’re not willing to learn French, I’m sorry.What about people who have maxed out their score and cannot improve further? Not everyone is willing to learn French from scratch just to improve their score.
Everybody knows that they need a high score to guarantee an ITA seeing the high cutoffs since 4-5 months and others spamming the same thing over and over does not help.
Also, what you are saying is you are a better candidate than everyone below your score? Really?
You are not wrong and we should do everything possible to increase our scores. But what if the cutoff falls drastically, what will these doomsayers say then? Nobody predicted that the draw size will increase to 4500 suddenly in the last draw and there is no guarantee that score will drop, it may remain at 471+ from here on out, anything can happen. Simply spamming that score will never drop over and over is just plain stupid.At the core, this is a competition. If you have maxed out IELTS, and you’re not willing to learn French, I’m sorry.
I’m exactly in that situation: currently at 469, CLB10 on all 4 skills, and I’m pretty aware that my chances of getting an ITA are not as high as I would like. Instead of praying and cheering, I’m fighting for my dream. And I honestly would prefer to hear from someone that I can’t settle and rest on my laurels, then hearing “oh, relax, 469 will for sure be enough for an ITA”, and then a FST comes out and I’ll have loose 4 months of my plan, because I did nothing in the meantime.