Schematic Design (SD) ARE Mock Exam (Architect Registration Exam): ARE Overview, Exam Prep Tips, Graphic Vignettes, Solutions and Explanations by Gang Chen

Schematic Design (SD) ARE Mock Exam (Architect Registration Exam): ARE Overview, Exam Prep Tips, Graphic Vignettes, Solutions and Explanations

Book Title: Schematic Design (SD) ARE Mock Exam (Architect Registration Exam): ARE Overview, Exam Prep Tips, Graphic Vignettes, Solutions and Explanations

Publisher: ArchiteG, Incorporated

ISBN: 1612650058

Author: Gang Chen


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A Practical Guide & Mock Exam for the Schematic Design (SD) Division of the ARE!
 
Every July, NCARB begins to draw the Architect Registration Examinations (ARE) questions from a new edition of ARE exam guide and scope. We have incorporated this latest information into our books.
 
To become a licensed architect, you need to have a proper combination of education and/or experience, meeting your Board of Architecture's special requirements, as well as passing all seven divisions of ARE.

This book provides an ARE overview, resources, exam preparation and exam taking techniques, tips and guide, a realistic and complete set of Mock Exam, solutions, and explanations for the Schematic Design (SD) division of the ARE. This book covers the following subjects:
 
1.       ARE, IDP, and education requirements
2.       ARE content, format, and preparation strategies
3.       Codes and regulations
4.       Environmental Issues
5.       Building layout
6.       Interior layout
7.       Valuable strategies and tips for creating passing solutions
8.       Sample passing solutions with explanations
9.       Many step-by-step screenshots to show you the actual NCARB commands with graphic images
10.    Time saving tips
11.    Strategies to avoid NCARB traps
 
This book includes four graphic vignettes in the same difficulty level and format as the real exam. It will help you pass the SD division of the ARE and become a licensed architect!


Can you study and pass the ARE Schematic Design (SD) Exam in 1 week?

The answer is yes IF you study the right materials: If you have ZERO experience but read the right materials, you can pass with 1 week of prep.

If you study our book, "Schematic Design (SD) ARE Mock Exam (Architect Registration Exam)," you have an excellent chance of studying and passing the ARE Schematic Design (SD) Exam in 1 week. We have added many tips and tricks that WILL help you pass the exam on your first try. Our goal is to take a very complicated subject and make it simple.  "Schematic Design (SD) ARE Mock Exam (Architect Registration Exam)" will save you time and money and help you pass the exam on the first try!

Sample text for "Schematic Design (SD) ARE Mock Exam (Architect Registration Exam)":
 
"...
· If you move a wall, the doors on the wall will disappear. For this reason, some people suggest to wait and place the doors at the end. You can follow this suggestion, but I suggest you use the sketch rectangles to show the push and pull side clearance space for each door and as a placeholder for the door. Architects love graphic thinking; the sketch rectangles will help you lay out the furniture easily and correctly.
· Use the paper and pencil provided by the test center to draw a simple bubble diagram to show the relationship between the rooms. This is the HARDEST part of the vignette. The bubble diagram does NOT have to be pretty and does NOT have to be to scale. They key is to do the bubble diagram quickly and turn the program requirements into a graphic in the shortest time. The bubble diagram is for YOU. As long as YOU can read it, it is good enough. Architects love graphic thinking. A bubble diagram can be a great tool..."

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