How are projects scored?

Marine - MFC

Candidate submissions are scored using a 5-point system: the main project and report accounts for 50% of the score, the essay questions 25% of the score, and the additional portfolio accounts for 25%. A 5-point scoring system is used. A minimum score of 4 is needed to pass and to be eligible to sit for the written exam.

The written exam consists of basic questions regarding the elements of knowledge as defined by each specialty. Eighty percent of correct answers are needed to achieve a passing score.

Fabric Graphics - MFC

Candidate submissions are scored using a 5-point system: the main project and report each account for 50% of the score. A minimum score of 4 is needed to pass and to be eligible to sit for the written exam.

The written exam consists of basic questions regarding the elements of knowledge as defined by each specialty. Eighty percent of correct answers are needed to achieve a passing score.

Awning and Canopy – MFC

Candidate submissions are scored using a 5-point system: the main project counts for 70% and the essay questions, 30% of the score. An average score of at least “30” is needed to pass and to be eligible to sit for the written exam.

The written exam consists of basic questions regarding the elements of knowledge as defined by each specialty. Eighty percent of correct answers are needed to achieve a passing score.

All Specialties – IFM

Candidate submissions are scored using a 5-point system: the business plan counts for 40% and the essay questions, 60% of the score. An average score of at least “30” is needed to pass and to be eligible to sit for the written exam.

The written exam consists of basic questions regarding the elements of knowledge as defined by each specialty. Eighty percent of correct answers are needed to achieve a passing score.