Certification Scoring Examples
1) Albert Einstein makes an 82% score on the Fundamentals of Engineering, which earns him 55 points. Albert scores a 92% on the Electrical module and earns 15 points. He also scores a 78% on Chemical, which earns 5 points
Albert earns a Pre-Engineering certification with emphasis in Electrical and Chemical.
2) Henry Ford scores a 92% on the Fundamentals of Engineering, he earns 60 points. Henry scores 91% on the Mechanical module and earns 15 points. He also scores a 61% on Aerospace and earns no points:
While Henry has 75 points, he did not pass the minimum two modules and therefore receives no certification. Henry can retake the Aerospace module or take a different module in order to earn his certification.
3) Isaac Asimov scores an 84% on the Fundamentals of Engineering, he earns 55 points. Isaac scores 91% on the Mechanical module and earns 15 points. He also scores 86% on Electrical, earning 10 points. He scores 89% on Programming, earning 10 points:
Isaac earns a Pre-Engineering Certification and a Robotics Certification with an emphasis in Electrical, Programming, and Mechanical.
Students must pass Fundamentals of Engineering plus a minimum of two out of the eight engineering modules in order to receive the REC Foundation Pre-Engineering Certification. To earn the Robotics Certification, students must also pass the Fundamentals of Engineering and three modules in Computer Science/Programming, Electrical, and Mechanical. Because they exceed the two required modules, students who earn the Robotics Certification also earn the Pre-Engineering Certification. There is no limit to how many engineering modules a student may take beyond the ones required.
The minimum combined score required to earn a Pre-Engineering Certification is 70 Points from the Fundamentals of Engineering module and two of engineering modules. The minimum combined score required to earn a Pre-Engineering & Robotics Certification is 80 Points from the Fundamentals of Engineering test and the Mechanical, Electrical, and Computer Science engineering modules. All students passing the certification will receive a certificate documenting their achievement.
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