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Q1. What is it called when a tag with a leader has a drag control where the leader touches the element?

  • Attached End
  • Preferences > Reviewing
  • Preferences > Reading
  • Preferences > Commenting


Q2. A designer would like to create a new parameter in a schedule that contains a mathematical expression combining two existing fields. What is the process?

  • Edit Fields > Combined Parameter
  • Sorting/Grouping > Grand Totals
  • Formatting > Field Formatting > Calculate Totals
  • Edit Fields > Calculated Parameter

Q3. Where can you find a drop-down list of available named reference planes?

  • in the Properties palette
  • in the Project Browser
  • on the Options Bar
  • in the Set Work Plane dialog box


Q4. Some Revit families require a host element to be placed. Which choice is a hosted element?

  • door
  • floor
  • furniture
  • wall

Q5. In what type of view are you unable to create a new level?

  • section view
  • elevation view
  • 3D view
  • plan view

Q6. In a model whose units are configured in feet, what would you type to get a liner object to be 100 millimeters long?

  • 100'
  • 100/25.4
  • 100mm
  • 100m

Q7. A colleague shared an Excel file with you, and you want to display a worksheet that is hidden in it. How can you do that?

  • On the View tab, click New Window.
  • On the Review tab, click Unhide Sheet.
  • On the Home tab, click Unhide.
  • Right-click any worksheet tab and select Unhide.

Q8. When sketching a roof by footprint, which option allows an edge of the sketch to be sloped in the final roof?

  • Slope arrow
  • Extend to wall core
  • Defines slope
  • Overhang

Q9. When importing a CAD drawing into a drafting view, how do you remove layers that you do not need?

  • Select the imported CAD drawing, click the Query tool, and then in the dialog that appears, click Delete.
  • Select the imported CAD drawing and, on the Properties palette, click Edit Type > Delete Layers.
  • Select the improted CAD drawing, tab to select elements you don't want, and then press Delete.
  • Select the imported CAD drawing, right-click, and select Delete Layers.

Q10. When working with design option, what cannot be placed in the option sets?

  • hosted components
  • in-place models
  • detail items
  • system families

Q11. In a legend view, where would you find the drop-down list of the families - such as doors, windows, and other components - you want to use as legend components?

  • contextual Modify tab on the ribbon
  • Options Bar
  • right-click menu
  • Type Selector

Q12. While working in Revit, you often need additional lines to help define locations for elements in a mode. You can hide these lines in the appropriate views later, when necessary. What are these extra lines called?

  • detail lines
  • construction lines
  • reference planes
  • reference lines

Q13. What items stay the same size no matter the scale of the view?

  • line weights
  • annotative components with text
  • model surface patterns
  • hosted components

Q14. When hard-copy printing, what Print dialog option allows you to specify that you want sheet 100 of 100 sheets to be at the bottom of the pile, so that sheet 1 of 100 is on the top of the pile?

  • Sort Sheets Descending Order
  • Reverse Print Order
  • Last Sheet to Bottom
  • Set Sheets to Plot in Reverse

Q15. Topography is made up of contour lines of differing levels. The Label Contours command allows you to add a contour label to show the contour heights visually in views. How do you place a contour label?

  • Pick two points passing through one or more contour lines.
  • Use the Tag by Category tool.
  • Select the contour line and right-click.
  • Drag a window selection over the contour line and edit on the Properties palette.

Q16. What is the primary purpose of Autodesk Revit?

  • 3D modeling for video game design.
  • Graphic design and image editing.
  • Building information modeling (BIM) for architecture, engineering, and construction.
  • Web development and coding.

Q17. Which professionals commonly use Revit software in their work?

  • Chefs and restaurant owners.
  • Architects, structural engineers, MEP engineers, designers, and contractors.
  • Astronomers and astrophysicists.
  • Musicians and composers.

Q18. What distinguishes Revit from AutoCAD?

  • AutoCAD allows for 3D modeling, while Revit is limited to 2D drawings.
  • AutoCAD is exclusively used for architectural design, while Revit is used for structural engineering.
  • Revit creates intelligent 3D models with real-world information, while AutoCAD focuses on 2D and 3D drawings without detailed object information.
  • AutoCAD and Revit are essentially the same software with different names.

Q19. How does Revit benefit architects in their work?

  • It allows architects to create precise designs with real-life building components, generate floor plans, and perform analysis.
  • It specializes in creating artistic sculptures and paintings.
  • It is primarily used for financial analysis of construction projects.
  • It assists in creating musical compositions.

Q20. What feature in Revit helps architects improve multidiscipline coordination?

  • Revit doesn't offer any features for multidiscipline coordination.
  • The ability to create 2D drawings quickly.
  • Real-time sharing of Revit models with structural engineers and construction professionals.
  • Advanced rendering capabilities for design visualization.

Q21. In what way does Revit benefit structural engineers?

  • It is used for creating abstract art installations.
  • It allows engineers to create 3D reinforcement designs, perform structural analysis, and facilitate steel fabrication.
  • It specializes in composing music for construction projects.
  • It has tools for planning plumbing systems only.

Q22. How does Revit enhance the documentation process for MEP engineers?

  • It enables the creation, modeling, and documentation of mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems within the context of a full BIM project.
  • It focuses on documenting food recipes.
  • It specializes in documenting historical artifacts.
  • It assists in creating 2D animations.

Q23. What type of Revit model is fabrication-ready for MEP contractors?

  • A model for creating digital art.
  • A model for designing clothing and fashion accessories.
  • A model that specifies materials and equipment needed for the production process.
  • A model for creating animated movies.

Q24. How can you purchase Autodesk Revit software?

  • Revit can only be obtained through illegal means.
  • It can be downloaded for free from the internet.
  • You can purchase it through Autodesk's official website with subscription plans.
  • It can only be bought in physical stores.

Q25. What is the cost of a single-user annual subscription for Autodesk Revit?

  • $100
  • $1,000
  • $2,000
  • $2,545

Q26. If you need multiple Autodesk software products for your work, what cost-effective option is available?

  • There are no cost-effective options.
  • Purchase each software product separately.
  • Use free open-source alternatives.
  • Consider Autodesk's AEC industry collection, which bundles various CAD and BIM software, including Revit, at a lower price compared to individual purchases.

Q27. How much can you save annually by purchasing Autodesk's AEC industry collection instead of individual software products?

  • $1,000
  • $5,000
  • $10,000
  • Up to $8,000 every year.

Q28. What is the benefit of buying Revit through an authorized reseller?

  • You get a discount on the software.
  • You receive lifetime updates and support.
  • You can negotiate a lower price.
  • You get tailored support and technical assistance in addition to the same price as offered by Autodesk.

Q29. When you first start Revit Architecture, the program opens to:

  • A new project
  • The configuration dialog
  • The last project you worked on
  • The Recent files window.