Assessment simulator

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Be deemed a full-time student

If you are studying part time but are considered a full-time student, you may benefit from a different allocation of financial assistance (loans and bursaries).

Your total amount of financial assistance will not change. However, the loan amount may be decreased and that part of the allocation may then be turned into a bursary.

The assessment simulator does not take this information into account. You will see it in your financial assistance file when your educational institution confirms your situation.

The assessment simulator is a tool that gives you an idea of the amount of financial assistance that could be awarded to you under the Loans and Bursaries Program. Simulator results are not to be interpreted as a commitment on the part of Aide financière aux études.

Access the assessment simulator 2023-2024

To simulate an assessment for the period from September 1, 2022, to August 31, 2023, access this simulator (2022-2023) This hyperlink will open in a new window..

The staff at your educational institution’s student financial aid office can help you to simulate your assessment more accurately or to validate the results. Do not hesitate to contact them.

The accuracy of the result is based on the accuracy of the information you enter. It is important to select the right award year since assessment parameters may vary from one year to the next.

Last update: March 23, 2023


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