ARE in a Flash: Rapid Review of Key Topics (APARFL)

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Copyright: 2008
Page Count: 407
Format: iTunes® App
  • Gary E. Demele, AIA, NCARB

    Author Information

    Gary E. Demele, AIA, NCARB, received his degree in architecture from the University of California, Berkeley. A licensed architect since 1980, he is currently licensed in four states and NCARB certified. He has taught architectural studio and technology classes at the Boston Architectural College, Wentworth Institute of Technology, and Northeastern University in Boston. Mr. Demele has over 32 years of professional architectural experience in award-winning firms specializing in educational, religious, health care and high-rise buildings. Since 1994 he has been a project manager and architect at WCL Associates, Inc., in Minneapolis.
  • ARE in a Flash: Rapid Review of Key Topics (APARFL)

    Have an iPhone® or iPod touch®?

    Now you can take your flashcards with you wherever you go.

    A perfect supplement for successful Architect Registration Examination (ARE) preparation, these flashcards challenge your recall of key information and definitions and improve your problem-solving speed.

    Quickly Review Important Topics for the ARE

    • Memorize key concepts.

    • Increase your problem-solving speed.

    • Improve your confidence.

    Prepare to pass the ARE with

    • 407 cards containing key information in question form

    • the ability to track your progress and shuffle the deck

    • the option to flag cards for later review

    Topics Covered

    • Building Design & Construction Systems

    • Building Systems

    • Construction Documents & Services

    • Programming, Planning & Practice

    • Site Planning & Design

    • Structural Systems

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    Customer Reviews (View All - 2)

    No Android Version Review by Kevin
    I really wish there was an Android version of this... (Posted on 3/21/2013)

    Decent, works well. Review by Ben
    This product is very decent and helps with learning concepts. To improve I would like to see more cards matching the ballast content, maybe turning the questions into multiple choice, just like on the test, and a few other features that could enhance the program. Also drawings or images on some cards would go a long way to explain concepts, like what's a moment frame? (Posted on 9/22/2012)