Youtube Video Instruction

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    Kevin Griendling

    Benjamin,

     

    You are probably thinking of David Thaddeus' video content. He has a website right here: https://davidthaddeus.com/ 

    At $325 for 8 weeks of access, its a model really designed to help you pass ARE 4.0 (where there was entire exam dedicated to structures). However, if you have no decent background in structures from your schooling, this might still be a very helpful resource for your career. I used it in 4.0, but would not suggest it for MOST candidates in 5.0.

    There are plenty of other materials out there that teach structures in a more compact way which is more appropriate for the 5.0 version for a much more affordable price. Amber Books is a great resource for a more hollistic deep dive (find a group for their discount), there are plenty of practice quiz programs which would suit you just fine if you want to purchase a very affordable practice test instead and just reference your notes from school, or Pluralsight is designed to pack a lot of punch and just give you the essentials so you're not killing so much time on one topic.

     

    Good luck,

     

    Kevin Griendling, AIA

    www.pluralsight.com

    http://xQ.intersectartsstudio.com 

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    Mark Baker

    I think you may be referring to the videos by this guy - Marty Huie

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?reload=9&v=CliJiyxdTkE&feature=youtu.be

    They are some pretty helpful short videos on building code subjects.

    Mark

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    Benjamin Connolly

    YES! Thank you Mark, that is exactly the one I was thinking of. Much appreciated.

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    Peter Mall

    There are plenty of PPD and PDD youtube playlists that have lots of good videos (some are not so good). I spent one week on youtube for both of these exams. I good break from the books, and puts a visual to some of the concepts you have been only reading about.

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    Benjamin Connolly

    Peter - any recommendations, I've been finding the same issue. Plenty of good review, and plenty of bad.

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