Life Licence Qualification Program (LLQP) Examination – Transitional Marking Option Ends November 7, 2016

 
Bulletin
No. L & H-01/16
– Life & Health
 

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As part of the implementation of a harmonized LLQP by Canadian insurance regulators in January, 2016, Ontario and several other Canadian jurisdictions allowed LLQP examination candidates the choice of scoring of the examination on a modular or a compensatory basis. This option was offered to students as a transitional measure to the modular examination.
 
Implementation of the 2016 LLQP has been an unqualified success. I would like to thank all life insurance companies, course providers and other service providers for their efforts throughout this transition.  
 
The compensatory marking option will end in Ontario and other jurisdictions on November 7, 2016. Candidates who write the LLQP examination on or before November 6, 2016 will continue to have the option of either compensatory or modular marking when they book the examination.  
 
If you have questions about scheduling, marking or administration of the LLQP examination in Ontario, please contact Ontario’s examination administrator, Durham College [New Window].
 
Brian Mills
Chief Executive Officer and
Superintendent of Financial Services (Interim)
 
September 26, 2016