A Practice Test Book for Autodesk Revit Architecture Certified Exam
Are you one of those who have studied the 1500-page manuals, know how to use the Revit® software really well (with years of experience), but aren’t sure if you’ve covered everything? So now you can take away that FRUSTRATION by having this book in your hands. IMPORTANT: This book helps you thoroughly cover all the commands and features of the software, whether for the practical or for the multiple choice part of the exam.
All the material has been painstakingly reviewed and culled for a vast majority of possible questions that could be on the Autodesk Revit Architecture Certified Exam, and put into this book. Why be satisfied with a few 30-question sample exams out there which do not allow you to review properly the material? Here we offer you 600 possible questions (as the Revit Exam Trainer Book has been updated to the latest version of Autodesk Revit has become available) – if you go through all of them, trust me – you’ll be ready for the exam!
A new section has been added to the book with practical questions and answers to how to use some of the features in the Revit software. These examples can give you an idea of what kind of questions may be asked on the exam.
The Autodesk Official Training Guides (also known as the AOTG’s) are the foundation of the material in the exam. In fact, you’ll find that others were able to pass the exam only because they studied the material from the AOTG’s properly. Therefore this Revit Exam Trainer Book works from the AOTG’s and gets you ready for the Autodesk Revit Architecture Certified Exam.
Because you are reviewing the material via the multiple choice questions, often you will discover tricks and tips that had been “buried” in the Autodesk Revit software all along (regardless of what version you are dealing with), but you just never knew (or forgot) about them! So the quality of your work will actually improve because you will be able to use the software more efficiently and effectively.
When they made the Autodesk Revit 2013 edition of the software, they actually combined all three specialties (Architecture, Structure, and MEP (Mechanical/Electrical/Plumbing) into one software package (whereas in previous editions, such as Autodesk Architecture 2012 (or even Autodesk Architecture 2011) these were sold as separate softwares). You are now able to choose what you want when you install the software. If you look at the Autodesk Revit WikiHelp, you’ll discover that Autodesk set up the software that the fundamentals are basically the same between all three specialties – Architecture, Structure and MEP (Mechanical / Electrical / Plumbing) – they have the same glossary of terms, the same interface, and the same way/system in which the software works in general. The differences between them lies in having more features or more models in certain areas that are suitable for that specialty – for example, there are more structural elements and structurally-related… Read more…
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