You can definitely create your profile, as it is free to do so and you can do it in under 30 minutes on the CIC website.
You would need to provide proof of English (or French) language proficiency and a proof of your level of education (Canadian or foreign).
However, with a score of 448 your chances are not very good unless you have 1 year of Canadian work experience.
You can also improve your CRS score by:
We wrote a guide on how to raise your score that further explores each of those options. Best of luck!
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