Any good sources for PJM?


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    Gang Chen (Edited )

    For PjM the best resources are the AIA documents listed in NCARB handbook. There are a few important AIA forms you need to focus on. You just need to know what to focus on: You just think like an architect, and focus on what I should do if I am an architect. You need to read the AIA forms quite a few times to really understand digest the information.

    If you are good at reading and a good exam-taker, you can easily pass PjM. Besides, you do learn a lot by studying for PjM and reading the AIA forms, and it will help you perform better at work too.

    The AIA forms are a major part of PjM and a few other divisions.

    Gang Chen, Author, Architect, LEED AP BD+C (

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