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Exam Day Tips!      

On the day of the exam - Read the instructions and choices VERY CAREFULLY. Do exactly as the instructions say (eg. Answer to two decimal places: 20.60). If you do not understand what is being asked, look at command line & ribbon for hints. Test has 35 Questions - Pass Mark is 28. Time is 2 hours = 3 mins per question. These tests are very specific on its steps and terminology. Do exactly what is says. Take your time. Don't rush the question, and use the full 2 hour time allocation!

User Interface The test will ask you to identify specific areas of the user interface. Eg. Where is the View Control bar Located? This is completed with a screen shot of the interface, and a courser click to identify the area. A good place to review the interface is in the Revit Help. This can be found at Link: 2015 Revit UI Help

Tabs on Ribbon

Contextual Tab Tools on current Tab

Application Menu

Quick access Toolbar

Info Centre

Panels on Ribbon

Ribbon Options Bar Type Selector Drawing Area Property Palette

Project Browser

Status Bar

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Collaboration Use the Copy Monitor to Copy walls from a linked file into the current file. Make sure you understand the process of copying/monitoring objects (specifically walls for the test). Understand the method of specifying mapping Original Types to New Types. You will need to select Finish on the Options Bar before you select Finish on the main Ribbon to complete the Copy-Monitor exercise. See image below. Link: Copy Monitor.

After you have ‘copy-monitored’ the elements (eg. walls/columns) – You may be asked to select the copied elements and give the total volume (m3).

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Import DWG: Know how to query the layers of a cad file. Know that a cad file cannot be placed in a perspective/3D view. Link: Import DWG. Use worksharing: Grey Inactive worksets Graphics. Check box found at the top of the worksets dialog box. Link: Worksets

Documentation Title Sheet: Test may ask what tool is used to place a view on a sheet in a specific location. Answer: Guide Grid. Link: Guide Grid. Filled Regions: Create a filled Region, and give the area of the filled region. Use dimensions to check your filled region matches the one in the exam. Link: Filled Region Area. Detail Components: Know why you would use a Detail or a Repeating Detail. Answer: To place pre-drawn 2D elements for annotation. Colour Legends: Know how to place, and edit a colour scheme. Also note the place to edit the colour scheme that is selected is the "Edit Scheme" button that is on the Contextual Tab. This question can be covered by asking you to add a Legend and a specific colour scheme. Then give the colour of the specified room. You may also be asked to select the legend and click the "Edit Scheme" button on the ________. (Contextual Tab). Knowing the specific terminology is important. Link: Colour Legend. Dimension Strings: Use a dimension string to equally space grid lines. (Do not move the grids to be equal, you will be selecting the middle grid line, and using the "EQ" button on the dimension. Then go to Properties and select Value – This changes the ‘EQ’ sign to actual numerical dimensions. Give new dimension of grid-line spacing. Phases: You may be asked what the Phase Filter controls. Answer: Visibility overrides based on phase. Link: Phase Filters. Elements Curtain wall: The exam may ask you to change the Justification of the Horizontal & Vertical Grid from "Beginning" to "End" or "Center". Do this by selecting the curtain wall, go to Properties Palette to change Justifications. After the change, it may ask you to select a specific panel in the curtain wall, and give the new area/height of that panel. Link: Curtain Walls.

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New Family Type: Change a door type from one dimension to another. Move that door a specified distance (eg. 200) from a wall. Give the new dimension from the door edge to a specified point. Stacked Walls: Add a new wall with specific dimension to a stacked wall. Then give the new volume of a specific material based on a schedule that was already created (or you may be asked to create this schedule to calculate the values). Link: Stacked Walls. Create Compound Walls: Change a wall layer from one thickness to another. Assign a different material to that layer. Give the new volume of that material. System/Component Families: Know the difference between Revit Families. Link: Revit Families.

Families Access Review Warnings: You may be asked about the difference between a Warning and an Error. Answer: Warnings can be dismissed - Errors cannot. Family Creation Procedure: You may be asked when/where do you change a families category. Answer: Within the Family Editor. Work with families: Edit a family: change the dimension of a model or symbolic line in the family (was not using parameters for that object). Load back into project. Give new dimension from line to specified point. Link: Family Symbolic Lines. Modelling Adding Dimensions: You will do this a lot in many questions. Know the different types. Link: Dimensions. Attach walls to roof: You may be asked to attach a wall to a roof, then give the new volume of the wall. Make sure you use the contextual tool to attach to a roof. Many people make the mistake of setting the top constraint to the roof level. This is not correct. Link: Attach Wall to Roof. Change Floor/Ceiling/Roof: You may be asked "How do you change a generic floor to a wood joist floor?" Answer: Select the floor and change its Type. Create Building Pad: You may be asked, What is needed to create a building pad? Answer: Toposurface. Create a stair: Make sure you can create a "stair by component". You may be shown a reference image of a L shaped stair with a landing, and you may be asked to recreate this stair, and give a dimension from one part of the stair to an adjacent wall. Create Floors/Ceilings/Roofs: Create a ceiling in a specific room. Then give the perimeter of that new ceiling. Create a floor between specified grid lines. Give area. Floors: There may be a question that asks you to match floor graphics to the appropriate image. You will have to change a floor to the different types to see what they look like.

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Define floors for a mass: Create floors from a mass using specified levels. Select a floor on a specified level, and give a specified property. (eg. area). Edit Material: Change the material of a specified wall. Pick the colour that is most like the colour of the new material. Edit Room aware Family: Edit a family. Change the Room Calculation Point to be on a specific side of the object. Reload. Give the room number that is listed in the schedule for that object. (Know how to turn on the Room Calculation Point if you do not). Link: Changing Room Calculation Point. Toposurface: Create a Toposurface from a CAD import. You will be asked to choose specific layers during creating Toposurface. Link: Create Toposurface from CAD. Railings: Model a railing with an offset from a wall edge. Give the railings length.

Views Duplicate View: Duplicate an elevation view - type in the word that is now Visible. (Be sure to follow the directions EXACTLY). Schedule: Create a door schedule, test will give you specifics know how to filter, group, sort and calculate totals. Give a total value from that schedule. Legend: You may be asked what makes a Legend different than all other views. Answer: It can be placed on multiple sheets. Define Element Properties in a schedule: Understand Schedules and how to edit them. This may have been covered by the Schedule question above. Manage View Positions: Know what the use of the Guide Grid is: Guide grids help arrange views so that they appear in the same location from sheet to sheet. Click View tab Sheet Composition panel (Guide Grid).

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Organize and Sort Items in a schedule: Again, know how to sort, filter, edit schedules. Use Levels: You may be asked to create floors from masses. Rooms Add Room Tags to all rooms, use Room Tag with Area. Change Room Area Computations from "at wall finish" (Default) to "at wall center". This is found under Architecture > Room & Area – Area & Volume Computations. Give new square footage of specified Room. ………………………………………………………………………………………………………… General Notes 

Building Elements are used to create a building design. There are 5 classes of building elements: Host, Component, Datum, Annotation and View.

Building Elements fall into 3 Categories: Model, View and Annotation.

Revit Elements are separated into 3 different types of Elements: Model, Datum and View-Specific.

Users should be able to understand the difference between a hosted and non-hosted component. A hosted component is a component that must be placed or constrained to another element. Eg. a door or window is hosted by a wall. You should be able to identify what components can be hosted by which elements. Walls are non-hosted. Whether or not a component is hosted is defined by the template used for creating the component. A Wall, Floor, Ceiling or Face can be a host.

Some components are level-based, such as furniture, site components, plumbing fixtures, casework, roofs and walls. When you insert a level-based component, it is constrained to that level and can only be moved within that infinite plane. Should be familiar with how to use Element and Type Properties of components in order to locate and modify information.

There are 3 kinds of families in Revit Architecture: o

System Families

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Loadable Families

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In-Place Families

System Families are: walls, ceilings, stairs, floors etc. These are families that can only be created by using an existing family, duplicating, and redefining. These families are loaded into a project using a project template.

Revit allows you to assign OmniClass numbers to Revit loadable families for use in schedules. There may be a question in the exam where you will need to identify or assign the OmniClass number in a family. See workflow below.

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(Pick door > Edit Family)

Room Calculation Points are used to make loadable families “room aware.” Once you enable the room calculation point, the family will display the correct room in the project schedule. There may be a question in the exam where you will be asked to adjust the room calculation point on a loadable family. See workflow below.

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Legends Legends provide a pictorial representation of architectural and building elements along with descriptive text. Legends are considered views, like schedules. Typical Legends include: 

Annotation Legend. Displays sheet annotations such as section heads, level markers, spot elevation marks, elevation symbols, keynote symbol, revision tag, element tags, and other symbols that do not represent model objects. Each symbol has an associated piece of descriptive text. All symbols are shown at printed size.

Model Symbol Legend. Displays symbolic representations of model objects with some descriptive text. Typical elements are electrical fixtures, plumbing fixtures, mechanical equipment, and site objects.

Line Styles Legend. Displays a line in a selected line style and text identifying what that line style represents on drawings. Examples include fire rating lines, property lines, setback lines, electric wiring, plumbing, utilities, and center lines.

Materials Legend. Displays a sample of a cut or surface pattern and text identifying the material associated with that pattern.

Phasing. Shows a section of wall drawn with a selected graphic override and identifying text.

Legends can be added to multiple sheets. Any elements that can be placed in drafting views, such as detail lines, text, dimensions, and filled regions, can be placed in a legend. Legend views are unique to each project, and therefore cannot be transferred from one project to another. You can use legend views as graphical palettes, which means that you can select a component in a legend view and use the Create Similar or Match Type tools to place the component in another view. Note: A component that is placed in a legend does not count as an additional instance of the component in the building model and thus is not added to the number of instances of that component listed on a schedule.

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Sample Questions (1-45) – General

(Green Circle denotes multi-discipline question)

1. Select the answer which is NOT an example of bio-directional associativity: A. Flip a section line and all views update. B. Draw a wall in plan view and it appears in all other views. C. Change an element type in a schedule and the change is displayed in the floor plan view as well. D. Flip a door orientation so the door swing in on the exterior of the building. 2. Select the answer which is NOT an example of a parametric relationship: A. A floor is attached to enclosing walls. When a wall moves, the floor updates so it remains connected to the walls. B. A series of windows are placed along a wall using an EQ dimension. The length of the wall is modified and the windows remain equally spaced. C. A door is placed in a wall. The wall is moved and the door remains constrained in the wall. D. A shared parameter file is loaded to the server. 3. Which tab does NOT appear on the Revit’s ribbon? A. B. C. D.

Architecture Basics Insert View

4. Which item does not appear in the Project Browser? A. B. C. D.

Families Groups Callouts Notes

5. Which is the most recently saved backup file? A. B. C. D.

Office.0001 Office.0002 Office.0003 Office.0004

6. Which statement about Sheets is False: A. B. C. D. E. F.

Viewports cannot be scaled on a sheet. You can add 2D and 3D views onto a sheet. You can add multiple schedules and split them onto a sheet. Sheets cannot be duplicated using right-click > Duplicate View. You cannot add a Legend multiple times onto a sheet. You can resize images that are inserted on a sheet.

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7. You are placing a wall in Revit. You use the listening dimension to set the wall length. You enter ‘5.5’. Revit places the wall and it is ________ long. A. B. C. D.

5’ 6” 5 ½” 5’ 0” 5’ 5”

8. To change the position of an element, such as a door or wall: A. B. C. D.

Place a permanent dimension, then modify the dimension. Select the element, then modify the temporary dimension. Select the element and move it. Use the Measure Tool.

9. The 3 types of dimensions used in Revit are: A. B. C. D. E. F.

LINEAR ANGULAR TEMPORARY PERMANENT CONTINUOUS LISTENING

10. To create a partial ceiling: A. B. C. D.

Use a sketch Create an area first Use the partial ceiling tool Create a modified ceiling

11. The boundary of a floor is defined by: A. B. C. D. E.

Model Lines Reference Lines Slab Edges Sketch Lines Drafting Lines

12. True or False: Stairs can be placed on multiple levels at a time. 13. True or False: You can change the direction of stairs using the flip arrows. 14. Identify the type of Roof: A. B. C. D. E.

Gable Hip Tar & Gravel Flat Shingled

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B. C. D. E.

By profile By footprint By extrusion By sketch

16. You can place Detail Components in ALL views EXCEPT: A. B. C. D.

Plan Sections Sheets Legends

17. A filled Region allows you to define its: A. B. C. D.

Function Level Offset Boundary Phase

18. __________ can be used to align elements within and between sheets. A. B. C. D.

Guide Grid Align Underlay Aligned Dimension

19. To lock a view’s position on a sheet: A. B. C. D.

Right-click and select Lock Position. Select the viewport, then Enable Lock Position on the Properties pane. Change the viewport’s properties to lock position. Select the viewport, then use Pin from the Modify panel to lock position.

20. True or False: Revisions can include letters (alpha) and numbers 21. True or False: After you place a revision cloud, you can add a tag to it. 22. True or False: A Revision schedule displays information derived from revision clouds. 23. To rotate a view on a sheet (there is more than one answer): A. B. C. D.

Select the view and then use the Rotate tool on the Modify panel. Set the view rotation in the Properties pane. Select the view and then set the view rotation on the Options bar. Change the Project North.

24. The Room Schedule shown below sorts by Level and by ______________.

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A. B. C. D.

Name Area Number Total

25. A Legend is a view that can be placed on: A. B. C. D.

A plan view A drafting view Multiple Plan Regions Multiple Sheets

26. The calculated total for a mass floor area can be displayed in: A. B. C. D.

Project Browser Properties Pane Mass Floor Schedule Floors Schedule

27. To compute the total cost of a material in a schedule, you need to create a: A. B. C. D.

Project parameter for cost Shared Parameter Calculated Value Project Filter

28. A ______________ is view that displays information about a building project in tabular form. A. B. C. D.

Schedule Graph Legend Chart

29. Renderings can be created in which TWO view types? A. B. C. D. E.

Elevation Plan Section 3D Camera

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30. THREE items important for accurate shadow studies: A. B. C. D. E.

Shared Parameters Toposurface Colour Fill Schemes Project location Sun position (date & time)

31. In the default.rte template, what level is the Ground Plane set in the Sun and Shadows Settings? A. B. C. D.

Site Level 1 Level 2 Leve 0

32. You can create a Toposurface by placing points OR (there is more than one answer): A. B. C. D.

Creating from import Drawing contour lines Drawing a path Picking points

33. In a view, you want to use the Visibility/Graphics dialog to override the graphics of an element category, but the category displays in grey, and you cannot change it. What is the problem? A. B. C. D.

The visibility of the category may be controlled by a view template. The element category is locked. The view display is set to hidden. The view is a Section.

34. The following are Annotations: A. B. C. D. E. F.

Symbols Surfaces Tags Keynotes Dimensions Planes

35. A group of elements you use to model or document a building design is called a: A. B. C. D. E.

Form Family Category Instance Type

36. True or False: Constraints can function independently of dimensions A. True B. False

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37. Dependent views allow you to: A. B. C. D.

View the same thing at different angles in different viewports. Change all your views at once. Add different views of the same model. Divide the same view into into 2 separate sheets.

38. True or False: A drafting view can be seen in 3D: A. True B. False 39. You can add a filled region to which THREE: A. B. C. D.

A model view An annotation family A detail view A drafting view

40. Changing the parameters for a wall instance means the change: A. Affects only that wall B. Affects all walls of that type 41. A sketch line that indicates where to split a view for a dependent view is called a: A. B. C. D.

Split line Division line Match line Cut line

42. Elements are classified into which THREE classes: A. B. C. D. E.

Model View Annotation Elements Class

43. Which of the following are Type properties of a wall: A. B. C. D.

Function Course fill pattern Type Instance

44. New projects inherit which THREE conditions from a project template: A. B. C. D. E.

Levels Families Settings Annotations Schedules

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45. Match the Numbers on the Image below (1-14) with their Names. View Control Bar Project Browser Navigation Bar Options Bar Design Options Help Ribbon

InfoCenter Status Bar Properties Pane Application Menu Drawing Area Quick Access Toolbar Wworksets

Answers: 1)D, 2)D, 3)B, 4)D, 5)D, 6)A, 7)A, 8)B, 9)C, D & F, 10)A 11)D 12)TRUE 13)TRUE 14)B, 15)A, C & D, 16)C, 17)C, 18)A, 19)D, 20)True, 21)True, 22)True, 23)B, C, 24)A 25)D 26)C 27)C, 28)A 29)D, E, 30)B, D & E, 31)B, 32)A, B, 33)A, 34)A, C, D, E, 35)C, 36)A, 37)D, 38)B, 39)B, C, D, 40)A, 41)C, 42)A, B, C, 43)A, B, 44)A, B, C, 45) 1-Application Menu, 2-Project Browser, 3-Navigation Bar, 4-Options Bar, 5-Help, 6InfoCenter, 7-Status Bar, 8-Drawing Area, 9-Quick Access Toolbar, 10-Ribbon, 11-View Control Bar, 12-Worksets, 13-Design Options.

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Sample Questions – Masses (1-10)

1. A Mass Face: A. B. C. D.

Can be used to generate a building element, such as a wall or roof. Can be moved. Can be assigned a material. Can be deleted without deleting the mass.

2. When working with a mass, you can use levels to define mass_______________ A. B. C. D.

Roofs Floors Ceilings Walls

3. To create a mass that is unique in a project, use the ______________ Mass tool. A. B. C. D.

In-Place Component System By Face

4. Selecting a work plane, when placing a mass: A. B. C. D.

Automatically changes the relative coordination system Changes the project location Changes the level Determines the depth of an extrusion

5. Select THREE element types that can be created using mass faces: A. B. C. D. E.

Doors Walls Levels Floors Roofs

6. Select TWO methods used to create a conceptual design using mass families: A. B. C. D. E.

Go to the Applications Menu and select New > Conceptual Mass. Go to Massing & Site Ribbon and select Place Mass. Go the Applications Menu and select New > Family. Go to the Massing & Site Ribbon and select In-Place Mass. Go to the Applications Menu and select New > Project.

7. In order to place a wall or floor on a mass face, the face must be: A. B. C. D. E.

Horizontal Vertical Either Horizontal or Vertical Curved or Spherical None of the above

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8. To divide a floor or wall into parts, you can use the following (select all that apply): A. B. C. D. E.

Lines Levels Grids Circles Arcs

9. To display parts in a view: A. B. C. D.

Go to the Massing & Site Ribbon and select Show Mass. On the properties pane: set Parts visibility to Show Parts. Go to Visibility/Graphics dialog and enable Parts. Go to Temporary Hide/Isolate and Reset.

10. To assign a different material to a part, select the part and: A. B. C. D.

On the Properties pane: Enable Material by Original Right-Click and select Assign Material. On the Modify Ribbon, select Paint from the Geometry Panel. On the Properties pane: Uncheck Material by Original, then assign a material in the material field.

Answers: 1)A, 2)B, 3)A, 4)D, 5)B, D & E, 6)B & D, 7)A, 8)B & C, 9)B, 10)D.

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Sample Questions – Advanced (1-11)

1. This question looks at your knowledge of Revit Family Creation. Which items in the following list would be considered common “best practices” when authoring Family content? (Select all items in the list below which are valid answers). Select the best answer from the following list of options: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I. J. K.

Choose an appropriate Category/Template Model all aspects of the object in 3D Lay down Reference Planes to define overall form Always choose a hosted template when available Attach geometry to Reference Planes Flex your model often Import CAD files whenever possible Makes Shared Parameter file for each family Use Reference Lines to control angular parameters Keep 3D forms lean and avoid over-modelling Carefully consider hosting behaviour.

2. This question looks at your knowledge of Adaptive Points. In Adaptive Component Families, Points configured as Reference Point have which of the following features? Select all valid responses from the following list of options: A. Becomes an Insertion Point for the Family when loaded into a project. B. Is selectable separate from the rest of the Family in the project environment. C. Displays control handles that can be used for direct manipulation of the Family instance when inserted. D. You can align and dimension to it in a project similar to Reference Planes. E. Can be constrained to a 2D Plane in the Family. F. You can set the Offset of the Point in the Family Editor. G. You can set its insertion pick order by assigining a number value. H. Can be configured if reference planes should display in the Family Editor. I. Can be configured if reference planes should display in the Project. J. Can be configured as NOT Visible in the Family Editor. K. Has many Orientation options in the Family Editor. L. Can be configured as Visible in the Project. 3. The following image illustrates the zones defined by the view Range dialogue. Elements occurring below the View Range Bottom and above the View Depth Offset will display in plan views, using which Line Style? A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H.

Area Boundary Beyond Demolished Centerline Hidden Overhead Hidden Lines Thin Lines

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4. Hosting Behaviours This question looks at your understanding of the differences between face based and work plane based.

Drag and drop the following items to fill in the blanks in the following sentence: A _______________ is placed with two clicks and matches the face of a surface upon which it is placed. A _______________ is placed with a single click and matches the orientation of the face of any geometry upon which it is placed. A _______________ matches the orientation of a plane on which it is placed and can have its orientation forced to vertical. A _______________ is placed on the surface of a host wall. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Face-based family Wall-based family Line-based family Work Plane-based family

5. This question looks at your knowledge of the best practice approach to creating openings in floors of your model. The following list of statements apply to openings in floors and ceilings. Please check ALL true statements from the following list: A. You can create "holes" in a floor slab by creating a closed inner loop in the floor sketch. B. Shaft openings can cut through multiple floor slabs at once, but can only cut through floors. C. Shaft openings are best used when the shape of the opening is consistent from one level to the next. D. Editing the sketch of floors or ceilings is best when the opening changes shape from level to level. Revit Architecture Certified Professional Exam Guide

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E. Shaft openings are 3D void objects that cut through all intersecting floors, roofs and ceilings. F. You can add symbolic lines directly to a "hole" in a floor sketch to graphically represent the opening. G. You can add symbolic lines directly to a shaft opening sketch to graphically represent the opening. H. You can only sketch one "hole" in each floor slab. I. "Holes" cannot be sketched in floor elements that use Parts or are part of Assemblies 6. Horizontal Curtain Walls This question looks at your knowledge of how to create non-vertical Curtain Walls. How can a non-vertical (horizontal, sloped, etc.) Curtain Wall be created? Select all valid responses from the following list of options: A. B. C. D. E.

Draw a Curtain Wall, view it in section and then rotate it to change the orientation. Click the Wall drop-down button and choose Sloped Glazing from the list. Draw a Roof and change its type to Sloped Glazing. Draw a wall and then change its type to Sloped Glazing.

Create a mass form and then apply a Curtain System to its face.

7. Door Room Properties This question looks at your knowledge of Door elements' "From Room" and "To Room" properties. When a Door Schedule reports the fields from Rooms, how do you swap which Room is the "From" Room and which is the "To" Room? For example, how would you reverse the Room designations for Door 102 in the illustration below, making the "From" Room 100 and the "To" Room 102? Select the two correct choices from the following list: A. B. C. D. E. F.

In the Floor Plan, click the Flip Shape Handle. On the Properties palette, check the Reverse checkbox. Change the Door Mark to 100. On the Door Schedule, change the From Room: Number field to 100. On the Door Schedule, change the To Room: Number field to 102. Edit the Type Properties of the Door and change the Function to Exterior.

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8. Which items in the following list are valid Formula Types in the Revit Family Editor? (Select all items in the list below which are valid answers to the question). A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I. J. K. L. M.

Algebra Square Root Split Addition Subtraction Concatenate Multiplication Sine Max Min Tangent Count Arcsin

9. Which of the following elements is a Room Bounding element? (E.g. used to define a Room). Select all items in the list below which are valid. A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I. J.

Walls Separation Lines Floors Ceilings Roofs Curtain Systems Building Pads Stairs Architectural Columns Reference Planes

10. The following image illustrates the zones defined by the View Range dialogue.

Objects belonging to which element categories, occurring above the Cut Plane but below the Top, will display in plan views? (Select all items in the list below which are valid answers). A. B. C. D.

Casework Columns Doors Electrical Equipment

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E. F. G. H. I. J. K. L. M. N.

Electrical Fixtures Floors Furniture Furniture Systems Generic Models Lighting Fixtures Plumbing Fixtures Structural Columns Windows Mechanical Equipment

11. The following list includes major steps required to build a piece of Revit Family content. Place the items in the best order. A. B. C. D. E. F. G.

Choose an appropriate Category/Family Template Decide if the Family should require a host or not Add Geometry Flex the model Lay down Reference Planes Add any Dimensions, Parameters and Constraints Flex again and load into project

Answers: 1)A, C, E, F, I, J, K, 2)B, C, D, E, H, L 3)B, 4)LINE, FACE, WORK PLANE, WALL 5)A, C, D, E, G 6)C, E, 7)D, E, 8)B, D, E, G, H, K, M 9)A, B, C, D, E, F, G, I, 10)A, I, M, 11)B, A, E, F, D, C, G.

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REFERENCES & LINKS

1. Link to on-line General Revit Multiple Choice Practice Test (20 questions): http://www.multisoftvirtualacademy.com/assessments/autodesk-revit-onlinecertification-practice-test 2. Link to on-line Revit Associate Certification Practice Exam (30 questions): https://www.daypo.net/test-revit-associate-certification-practice-exam.html 3. Link to on-line Revit MEP Multiple Choice Practice Test: https://www.daypo.net/revit-mep-house.html 4. Autodesk Revit 2018 Architecture Certification Exam Study Guide (Partial Only) https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=OTA2DwAAQBAJ&pg=SA1PA2&source=gbs_selected_pages&cad=2#v=onepage&q&f=false 5. Q&A about Autodesk Certification (pdf doc): http://damassets.autodesk.net/content/dam/autodesk/www/trainingcertification/prof_cert_q_a_11v7.pdf 6. Autodesk Certified Professional (ACP) Information on Certiport: https://certiport.pearsonvue.com/Certifications/Autodesk/ACP/Certify/Revit 7. Revit Architecture: 2015 Certified Professional Exam Preparation Class (1hr 40mins): http://au.autodesk.com/au-online/classes-on-demand/class-catalog/classes/year2014/revit-for-architects/cp1404#chapter=0 8. Revit 2017 Architecture Certification Exam Study Guide (pdf doc) https://www.sdcpublications.com/pdfsample/978-1-63057-085-9-1.pdf 9. Revit Architecture: 2015 Certified Professional Exam Preparation Class (1hr 39mins) https://www.autodesk.com/autodesk-university/class/Revit-Architecture-CertificationPreparation-2013#video 10. Revit Architecture Certification Preparation - Autodesk Video Library (1hr 12mins) https://www.autodesk.com/autodesk-university/class/Revit-Architecture-CertificationPreparation-2013#video 11. YouTube (same as above): Revit Architecture Certification Preparation (1hr 12mins): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R8dEt3uczdk 12. LYNDA.COM - Revit Architecture Certified Professional Exam Prep (3hr 30mins): Link: Cert Prep: Revit Architecture Certified Professional. 13. LYNDA.COM: All Revit Certified Exams (Arch/MEP/Stru) listed here: https://www.lynda.com/search?q=revit++exam 14. Free Revit Training - Autodesk Design Academy (Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced) https://academy.autodesk.com/software/revit

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