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5 Practice Exams | Autodesk Revit Certified Professional

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5 Practice Exams | Autodesk Revit Certified Professional

The 5 Practice Tests Simulates the Actual Certification Exam of the Revit Architecture Certified Professional (ACP) made by Autodesk .

Every exam is composed of 35 questions practice based and knowledge based . You will be asked to use the Revit files provided in the course material to create or modify a data file, and then submit your answer . Other question types include multiple choice, matching and point and-click.With Exam numbers 4 and 5 set to strengthen your skills in the knowledge based questions.

  • SIMULATE THE ACTUAL CERTIFICATION EXAM: Practice Tests are timed (120 min to answer 35 questions) and scored (passing score is 70%) mimicking the real exam environment so you get familiar with the ACP exam format
  • COVERING FUNDAMENTALS: All the fundamentals are covered in the 5 exams, allowing you to test your skills practically in those areas.
  • TEST REPORT: Upon completion of the practice tests, you are presented with a report. This allows you to track your progress and highlights your knowledge areas you need to focus on most in your studies
  • MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE30-day unconditional money-back guarantee. To fast-track your ACU exam success

Content coverd in the Exam questions:

A. CREATING AND MODIFYING COMPONENTS

  • A.1 Create and modify grids
  • A.2   Create and modify levels
  • A.3  Create and modify walls
  • A.4  Load and modify doors
  • A.5  Load and modify windows
  • A.6  Tag components by category

B. MODELING AND MODIFYING ELEMENTS

  • B.1 Create a roof and modify roofs
  • B.2  Create and modify stairs
  • B.3  Create and modify ramps
  • B.4 Create and modify railings
  • B.5  Create and modify floors
  • B.6 Modify elements using Align, Offset, Mirror, and Split tools
  • B.7  Modify elements using Move, Copy, Rotate, Trim, and Extend tools
  • B.8 Create and modify toposurfaces
  • B.9 Create and modify columns

C.MANAGING VIEWS

  • C.1 Change the view scale
  • C.2 Change the detail level of a view
  • C.3  Manage visibility/graphics overrides for model categories
  • C.4  Temporarily hide/isolate elements and components
  • C.5  Manage view range
  • C.6 Create section views
  • C.7 Create elevation views
  • C.8  Create 3D views and renderings

D.MANAGING DOCUMENTATION

  • D.1 Create and modify text
  • D.2  Create and modify dimensions
  • D.3 Create and modify a sheet
  • D.4 Place plan views on a sheet
  • D.5 Create and modify schedules

E. CREATE FAMILY CONTENT

  • E.1 Manage family categories and types
  • E.2 Use family parameters
  • E.3 Create family content
  • E.4 Associate dimensional parameters
  • E.5 Create or delete an instance or type parameter

F. ANNOTATIONS

  • F.1 Annotate views
  • F.2 Create and use detail components
  • F.3 Demonstrate an understanding of phases and design options
  • F.4 Use document revisions
  • F.5 Work with color schemes

G. ADVANCED VIEW TECHNIQUES

  • G.1 Apply advanced view techniques
  • G.2 Apply and edit view templates
  • G.3 Create and manage call-out views
  • G.4 Apply worksharing display modes to a view
  • G.5 Use duplicate views

H. REVIT PROJECT MANAGEMENT

  • H.1 Link or import files
  • H.2 Define worksharing concepts
  • H.3 Use levels and grids
  • H.4 Transfer project standards and establish shared coordinates
  • H.5 Edit object styles

Who this course is for:

  • Architects
  • Engineers
  • Students who want to test their skills in exam simulation
  • Anyone preparing for the Autodesk Revit Architecture Certified Professional Exam (ACP)

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