ARE 5 Practice Exam for the Architect Registration Exam (ARE5PX)



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ISBN: 978-1-59126-517-7
Copyright: 2016
Page Count: 108
Format: Paperback
Dimensions: 8 1/2 x 11
  • Holly Williams Leppo, AIA

    Author Information

    Holly Williams Leppo, AIA, is an NCARB-certified architect, an NCIDQ certificate holder, and a LEED AP.  Ms. Leppo has authored and co-authored several ARE and LEED exam review books published by PPI.  She holds a bachelor of integrative arts degree from The Pennsylvania State University and a master of architecture degree from Washington University in St. Louis.

  • David Kent Ballast, FAIA, CSI, NCIDQ-Cert. No. 9425

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    David Kent Ballast, FAIA, CSI, NCIDQ Certification No. 9425, owns Architectural Research Consulting, a firm offering information and management services to architects, interior designers, and the construction industry. Mr. Ballast taught interior construction and other courses at Arapahoe Community College for over 20 years. A licensed architect in the state of Colorado, Mr. Ballast has written many books on design topics.

  • Rima Taher, PhD, PE

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    Rima Taher, PhD, PE is a special lecturer at the New Jersey School of Architecture, New Jersey Institute of Technology, where she has been teaching structures course to both undergraduate and graduate students since 1989. Dr. Taher holds a PhD and a master of civil engineering, specialty building science and technology degree, from the historic and prestigious École Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées (ENPC). She also earned a bachelor of civil engineering degree from Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Lyon, in Lyon, France.

  • Introduction

    How To Use This Book

    Table of Contents

    Sample Pages


    Answer Sheet

    ARE 5 Practice Exam for the Architect Registration Exam (ARE5PX)

    A must-have book in preparation for each of the six divisions of ARE 5.0.

    Regardless of whether you are focused on one exam, or are committing to preparing for all six, this book is essential to your exam preparation. Featuring a full length practice exam with the correct mix of question types and case studies that you will experience on exam day for each division.

    Just getting started and want a complete set of tools to pass all six divisions? Click here to save 15% and upgrade to our full ARE 5.0 review bundle.

    Effective October 1, 2018, ARE 5.0 references the 2017 family of AIA Contract Documents. Already own the book? Download the update to the ARE 5 Practice Exam here.

    ARE 5 Practice Exam features:

    • over 600 realistic problems including: multiple choice, case study, check-all-that-apply, fill-in-the-blank, drag-and-place, and hot spot to familiarize you with the question types you’ll encounter in the exam

    • each division includes the same number and types of problems and covers the same subject areas in its corresponding division of the ARE

    • longer, more complex problems to challenge your skills in identifying and applying key architectural concepts

    • clearly written solutions that are complete and easy to follow to reinforce theory and application of fundamental concepts

    ARE 5.0 Exam Divisions Covered

    • Division 1: Practice Management, 80 problems

    • Division 2: Project Management, 95 problems

    • Division 3: Programming & Analysis, 95 problems

    • Division 4: Project Planning & Design, 120 problems

    • Division 5: Project Development & Documentation, 120 problems

    • Division 6: Construction & Evaluation, 95 problems


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    Customer Reviews (View All - 7)

    Five Stars Review by Customer
    Good practice (Posted on 1/12/2017)

    good, but needs work Review by Matt
    I thought the Practice Exam book was great. However, the review manual was painful to read. The structures portion for the Project Development & Documentation exam was not helpful at all. I spent a long time reviewing the structures sections and still went into the test feeling completely unprepared. The structures study materials, as well as many other sections felt like an overload of information that I did not see on the test. There were also a lot of type-o's. (Posted on 1/12/2017)