As of November 1, 2017
We recommend that you purchase and begin the relevant courses at least one or two months before writing your exams and no more than a year before your planned exam sitting. When you log in to the course webpage, you’ll be asked to identify your planned exam sitting, which should be in the next 12 months.
Expert instructors who have been teaching NCA candidates for years have developed this course specifically for the online environment. The material is comprehensive but concise and modules are chunked into manageable amounts of material – work through courses intensively or over weeks or months, in chunks of as little as 15 minutes at a time, depending on your schedule. Modules are mapped to the NCA syllabi to maximize your efficient reading and comprehension of the material. An integrated interface allows you to ask questions and participate in discussions with instructors and fellow NCA candidates.
This course is designed to help you reach your goal of passing exams and understand material for your future practice needs. Our instructors put the material in a practical context, but focus more on what you need to know for NCA exams. A methodology for analyzing problems and theory is presented. Each course includes regular self-test questions, sample questions and answers with commentary, and the option to submit a full written exam answer and receive detailed instructor feedback.
In addition to the video modules, each course includes downloadable resources, a .pdf transcript of the video, multimedia, interactive Q&A functionality, a summary creation note-taking template and discussion forums
You have 12 months, from date of purchase, to access the online course. No extensions or discounts are available. Please review Terms & Conditions for details.
If your first language is not English, you should have English proficiency at a minimum of 95 (TOEFL iBT), 7.0 on the International English Language Testing System (IELTS), or CLB 8. Proof of language proficiency is required for the Bridging component of the Program.
Courses are taught by academics, judges and practising lawyers, all of whom are experienced instructors. The online course has been developed in consultation with experienced legal instructional designers.
You are expected to purchase the text(s) identified by the NCA for each subject. You can buy texts from the York University Bookstore. We will provide electronic copies of the articles and cases identified in the NCA syllabi for each subject along with additional exam review materials.
The online courses provide an overview and review of the syllabi and each module is mapped to a particular section or sections of the NCA syllabus. We generally recommend that you read the material on the syllabus before working through the corresponding online course module.