The assessment is carried out using Moodle, an online learning platform. You will receive a custom ID so you can create an account and do your assessment.
Online assessment process
During the online assessment, you will be asked to answer 20 randomly selected questions.
You will have three hours to complete the assessment.
Once the assessment has been completed, your results will be sent to the Ministère de l’Immigration, de la Francisation et de l’Intégration (MIFI) automatically.
For more information on the online assessment and its procedure, see the information capsule (in French).
Getting ready for the online assessment
To learn about the content before doing the assessment, please see the Guide pratique des valeurs démocratiques et des valeurs québécoises (PDF 1.21 Mb).
Courtesy translations of this document are also available in English (PDF 670 Kb), Spanish (PDF 791 Kb) and Mandarin (PDF 836 Kb).
Success or failure in the online assessment
You must earn a grade of at least 75% on your assessment to receive the attestation.
If you fail, you have to wait at least two weeks before trying the online assessment again.
If you have a valid study or work permit and you fail the online assessment a second time, you will have to attend an Objectif Intégration information session that is offered only in Québec.
If you do not have a valid study or work permit and you fail the online assessment a second time, you can choose between:
A third a final attempt to pass the online assessment
Coming to Québec to attend the Objectif Intégration information session
If you fail the online assessment on your third attempt or if you do not attend the Objective: Integration information session, your application will be rejected.
Last update: February 23, 2023