Based on recommendation from KTH’s coordinator for disabilities, the examiner will decide how to adapt an examination for students with documented disability.
The examiner may apply another examination format when re-examining individual students.
The assignment is intended to train students in process modelling and design, as well as model analyses and implementation of business processes in workflow management systems. The assignment is performed in groups and shall be handed in and reported latest at the date for the written exam. The assignment is marked with:
- Passed (P),
- Rest (Fx) or
- Failed (F).
If the mark Fx is given, the students are offered the possibility to resubmit, and report a corrected version of the assignment latest at the date for the written re-exam. Assignments not submitted on time are automatically marked with F.
The written exam is an individual, closed book exam, which means that no books, notes and other help material are allowed. It is marked with the scale: A, B, C, D, E, Fx, F. The length of the exam is 4 hours. There will be two kinds of questions on the exam: questions that test the skills of the students (e.g. the ability to model workflows, the ability to analyse workflows, the ability to redesign workflows) as well as questions that tests the theoretical knowledge of the students (e.g. architecture of WFMS, functionality of WFMS, workflow patterns, redesign principles, etc.).
The exam will be marked according to the following
- A - obtained at least 90% of the points of the exam
- B - obtained at least 80% of the points of the exam
- C - obtained at least 70% of the points of the exam
- D - obtained at least 60% of the points of the exam
- E - obtained at least 50% of the points of the exam
- Fx - obtained at least 40% of the points of the exam
Students who fail or, of some reason, miss the exam will be given a second chance through a re-exam. The re-exam will be of the same standard as the original exam. Students who fail or miss the re-exam are referred to the examination of the course next-following year.