The Unofficial Revit 2012 Certification Exam Guide
- Written for the Revit user wanting to certify their skills with Revit
- Covers both the associate and professional certification exams
- Includes exercises and practice questions in each chapter
- Completely updated and expanded for the 2012 Revit certification exam
The competition for jobs is steep, and employers can afford to be picky. Being a certified Revit Associate or Professional is an excellent way to distinguish yourself amongst other professionals and provide potential employers a sense of security knowing that you possess a high level of knowledge and skills.
This book is geared toward users who have been using Revit for at least six months and are ready to pursue their official Autodesk Revit certification. Autodesk offers two levels of certification exams: an Associate certificate and a Professional certificate. This book uses step-by-step instructions to prepare you to take both of these tests.
The Unofficial Revit 2012 Certification Exam Guide is a concise book that will get you up to speed quickly on the nature of the exam's questions so you will know exactly what to expect on exam day. This book provides the most comprehensive and thorough preparation for theses exams available. Included are exercises and practice questions which simulate knowledge users should have in order to pass the certification exams.
Why is this book the “Unofficial” guide?
Even though Autodesk has stopped publishing their own exam guide they still reserve the right to publish any official training courseware. If you plan to take an Autodesk Revit 2012 certification exam then this is the only book for you. The most recent version of the Autodesk Official Training Courseware is for the Revit 2008 Certified user exam, and Revit has undergone several significant interface changes since then which effect the questions on the test.
Table of Contents
- Building Information Modeling and Revit Basics
- The Basics of Building a Model
- Component Families
- View Properties
- Dimensions and Constraints
- Developing the Building Model
- Detailing and Drafting
- Construction Documentation
- Presenting the Building Model
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