Which sections of the AHPP are recommended for the Project Management Exam?

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    Gang Chen

    Architectural Handbook of Professional Practice (AHPP) is a very good resource for architectural practice, but it has over 1,000 pages, and can be overwhelming for people studying for the Architectural Registration Exams (ARE).  To solve this  problem, the publisher of AHPP, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., enlisted NarmourWright Design to set up a navigation document to help candidates studying for the ARE exams. Candidates for these exams can now just focus on reading the sections of the AHPP related to the division of the ARE exam they are taking.

    Here is a link to the navigation documents for each division of the ARE exam: http://narmourwright.com/wp/index.php/wiley-publishing

    Gang Chen, Author, Architect, LEED AP BD+C (GreenExamEducation.com)

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    Devina Parbhoo

    Yes! Definitely do not read the entire book for this exam. I cover which chapters you should focus on in my YouTube video. Watch it here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=20RYUf7FmAE and don't forget to subscribe so you don't miss any future videos. I will be releasing a new video every week and the best part is, its all FREE!

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    Cody Zimmerman

    Which AHPP guide is better to follow? Plural Sight or Wiley?

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    Michael Ermann

    Sections 4,5,9,10 and the last three+contracts a101 a201 and b101....usually the beginning of each section (first third) has a higher yield than the middle or end so you can skim after it gets repetitive

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    Michael Ermann

    Sections 4,5,9,10 and the last three+contracts a101 a201 and b101....usually the beginning of each section (first third) has a higher yield than the middle or end so you can skim after it gets repetitive

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    Devina Parbhoo

    Cody,

    For this particular exam, the best AHPP guide is the one from Plural Sight. I only read the sections in red from the Plural Sight guide and was able to pass.

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    Cody Zimmerman

    So for the other exams Wiley guide is better?

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    Devina Parbhoo

    For the Practice Management and Project Management exams Plural Sight was the most straight forward. For Construction and Evaluation I used Wiley as a guide, but by that time I had already read most of the content so it wasn't 100% necessary. For all of the other exams, you don't need AHPP.

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    Cody Zimmerman

    Okay. Thank you. Also, for the Wiley guide when it says “All” for the content, is it suggesting read the entire chapter or all of that page??

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    Claudia Rodriguez

    Can someone share a link to access the AHPP guide from Pluralsight? I can't seem to find it anywhere.

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    Kevin Griendling

    Claudia,

    This is the link: https://drive.google.com/drive/u/1/folders/1ucB6OIrtmlQQAdFTV4jR06jq7dfC67Ak 

    It is a very high level look at the chapters and sections to focus on.

     

    All the best,

     

    Kevin Griendling, AIA

    http://xQ.intersectartsstudio.com 

    http://www.pluralsight.com 

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    Jasleen Gujral

    Here's Wiley's guide for AHPP for each ARE 5.0 division -

    https://books.wiley.com/titles/9781118308820/

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