Express Entry assesses each candidate against the selected criteria and assesses eligibility for all programs. The system grants points for such criteria as the age of the main applicant, education credentials, work experience, knowledge of Canadian official languages, relatives in Canada, and other additional factors. The Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) also assesses candidates on the combination of various adaptability factors. Every two weeks on average, IRCC holds rounds of invitation and the candidates in the Express Entry pool who have the highest CRS score get invited to apply for a Permanent Residency in Canada. Best Quality Immigration, a licensed immigration company, can help you to analyze all your past education and work experience, in order to be sure that you score all points you are eligible to claim.
The maximum points in the Express Entry in 1200. However, a candidate can score only 600 points (or 560 if married, while an additional 40 points can be achieved by the spouse of the primary applicant) for his eligibility and adaptability factors. To score 1200 is possible only if you get a certificate of the nomination of the Canadian province.