ARE 5 in a Flash Sample Problems

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Copyright: 2017
Page Count: 9
Format: PDF
  • Gary E. Demele, AIA, NCARB

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    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 5 in a Flash Sample Problems (ARE5FLSP)

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    ARE 5 in a Flash is the perfect complement to your study routine. More than 400 flashcards, categorized by exam division and section, aid you in recalling key concepts and definitions. Easily taken on the go, the cards come with six binder rings for easy organization.

    ARE 5 in a Flash (ARE5FL) Include

    • coverage of all six divisions of ARE 5.0 with cards that match up to ARE 5.0 divisions and sections

    • unique content specific to each division of ARE 5.0 

    • both question/answer formatting and answer/question formatting to help increase problem solving speed

    • six binder rings to divide your cards and customize your self-study learning experience

    These cards offer additional support to the ARE 5 learning management system

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    I like the practice test but Review by Joselazar
    I like the practice test but it could be better (Posted on 3/8/2020)
    ARE5FLSP is effective in content, style and tone Review by Matthew
    I rely on the the Quiz Generator and Practice Tests often. The thoughtful questions are good mimics of those you might see on the test. The questions seem to have a good distribution throughout the division topic. And, explanation for the correct answers are adequate and effective for the time spent to review them.
    However, The user interface is awkward. Every new session you have to make sure you are on the right division because it seems to default to the first division material that you ever started with. Minor irritation but should be smoother to get back to where you leave off. (Posted on 8/21/2019)
    okay Review by Ryan
    Okay. Need more (Posted on 8/15/2017)
    Great Review by Veronica
    Perhaps you can make the prices a bit cheaper or discounted for students (Posted on 8/3/2017)
    Good Review by oswaldo
    Good! (Posted on 6/6/2017)

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