I3DL Exams and Certification are designed in a way to clearly describe the qualitative skills of candidates according to specific criteria.
Here is an overview of Methods Used for Scoring and Evaluation Criteria in I3DL™ Certifications.
Scoring and Evaluation Criteria
- Theoretical Score
- Experimental Score
- ICT Score
- Innovation Score
The Scoring system is simply based on Percentage. So, if you are able to answer 60% of the questions or you have done 60% of the assignment, then your score is simply 60/100.
Theoretical Score is based on the following Criteria
- Basic Theoretical Knowledge
- Understanding of the Concepts and Methods
- Knowing the State of the Art; Latest Info
Experimental Score is based on these Criteria:
- Ability to deliver experimental assignments
- Measurement Skills
- Fabrication Skills
- Practical Problem Solving
- Assembly and maintenance skills
ICT or Software Score is related to these Criteria
- 3D Tech Software Skills
- Internet and Search Skills
- CAD and Design Skills
- DB and ICT Skills
Innovation Score is evaluated by
- Uniqueness and creativity of ideas
- Market and Business Awareness
- Multidisciplinary Mindset
Other Scores and Criteria
Further Criteria and Scores are applicable for specific Audience Groups, and specific Modules.
- Academic Score
- Research and Development Score