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    Mark Baker

    Architect's Handbook of Professional Practice is like at least 25% of the exam.

    I read a book called "The Business of Design" and I thought it was a fantastic explanation of concepts for PjM and PcM.

    Mark, Archizam - ARE 5.0 Practice Exams

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    Pedro Carbajal

    I have been using Archizam. Totally recommend it. Ballast and AHPP are also a must IMO.

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    Rebekka O'Melia

    AHPP, the project management section is the best thing to study.  I'd also include Ballast as an overview.

    Step Up's free CE course has links to all the materials for both CE and PjM.  I liked the Hanahan lectures too, which are included.  There's a free 20 question CE quiz.

    Archizam gives you a free trial of 10 questions, and their pricing seems very reasonable, and is NOT a monthly subscription and includes all-exam access.

    Hope this helps!

    Rebekka O'Melia, B.Arch, M. Ed, Registered Architect, NCARB, ​​Step Up ARE Coaching​​​

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    Cody Zimmerman

    Are construction documents considered a design phase?

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    Devina Parbhoo

    AHPP and AIA contracts are some of the BEST resources, but definitely not the only sources you should use. I highlight all of the best resources and which parts of each resource to focus on in my YouTube video exaplining how I was able to pass this exam in ONE month. Check it out here https://youtu.be/20RYUf7FmAE

    Happy Studying everyone!

    PS. I made a video of my tips and tricks for each ARE 5.0 Exam, so be sure to check out my channel for more!

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