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Review Questions: Professional Practice 04

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17 comments:

Anonymous,  March 30, 2009 at 12:06 PM  

sir, diba po minimum 6% ang fees for parking structures for cost of Php50M or less.

Anonymous,  March 30, 2009 at 12:29 PM  

sir, in PROPRAC-1 and PROFPRAC-4 there is same question about the "compensation of Arch't reg. design fees", but different answer. kindly pls check.

Anonymous,  April 2, 2009 at 11:01 AM  

sir, diba po ang 6% ng Php40M for parking structures ay Php2.4M

Anonymous,  May 7, 2009 at 2:47 AM  

Sir,

There seem to be a typographical error here.
In your previous set, it was answered correctly
as explained.

Thank you for the effort in creating this blogsite.

This is of great help to us.

Ruth

Q.7) The Project Construction Cost referred to in the compensation of the Architect for his Regular Design Fee means the cost of the completed structure which include one of the following:
A. grottos (correct answer)
B. movable pieces of furniture
C. swimming pool
D. communications and electronic system (your answer)
Explanation
Project Construction Cost, as referred, means the cost of the completed structure to the Owner including plumbing and electrical fixtures, mechanical equipment, elevators, escalators, air-conditioning system, automatic fire-sprinkler system, alarm and clock system, communications and electronic system, elements attached to the building and all items indicated in the drawings designed y or specified by the Architect and his consultant. Other items, if designed and planned by the Architect, such as movable pieces of furniture, cabinets, covered walks, grottos, pools, landscaping and other items of similar nature are to be paid for separately by the Owner to the Architect. (Refer to UAP Doc 401: Owner-Architect Agreement)
Question 8 of 25

Anonymous,  May 7, 2009 at 10:55 AM  

Overload,

Sir I guess you have overlooked this one.

I tried to answer it though.

Q.4) Included under Part I-General Requirements of a three-part section specification format.
A. Included under Part I-General Requirements of a three-part section specification format. (your answer)
B. Mixes
C. Fabrication
D. Installation

Anonymous,  June 19, 2009 at 9:15 AM  

Q.12) A Master's Degree in Architecture shall be credited how many months in the practical experience required of any person applying for examination?
A. 6 months
B. 12 months (correct answer)
C. 18 months
D. 24 months (your answer)



DI PO BA 2 YEARS ANG DTE(DIVERSIFIED TRAINING EXPERIENCE)?..SO 24 MONTHS?..PAKI CLEAR PO..THNX


-CONCERNED CITIZEN-

Anonymous,  July 24, 2009 at 3:05 PM  

Regarding Q.12/ yes its true that 2 years diversified training experience is required before taking the exam but if we take master's degree in architecture it wud only credit an equivalent 1 year of practical experience.. :)

Anonymous,  September 8, 2009 at 4:39 PM  

sir,

SAME question and answer..

Q.18) Included under Part I-General Requirements of a three-part section specification format.

A. Included under Part I-General Requirements of a three-part section specification format. (your answer)
B. Mixes
C. Fabrication
D. Installation

Anonymous,  March 8, 2010 at 4:47 PM  

Q.10) A method of compensation frequently used where there is a continuing relationship on a series of projects.:

regarding dis question, dba ung tamang sagot dito is percentage of construction cost.based sa lecture namin

RSG March 9, 2010 at 5:21 PM  

the correct answer is professional fee plus expenses

MJCA,  May 12, 2010 at 4:39 PM  

i second the motion! tama si Sir ang correct answer talaga ay PROFESSIONAL FEE PLUS EXPENSES as stipulated in the Architect's National Code 208-b METHODS OF COMPENSATION 3.3

you can look for it if u still have doubts...

Anonymous,  August 25, 2010 at 12:54 AM  

Sir, question "7" may have some conflict to the explaination. grottos are to be paid for separately as explained and communications and electronic system are part under the project construction cost.

Q.7) The Project Construction Cost referred to in the compensation of the Architect for his Regular Design Fee means the cost of the completed structure which include one of the following:

A. grottos (correct answer)
B. movable pieces of furniture
C. swimming pool
D. communications and electronic system (your answer)
Explanation
Project Construction Cost, as referred, means the cost of the completed structure to the Owner including plumbing and electrical fixtures, mechanical equipment, elevators, escalators, air-conditioning system, automatic fire-sprinkler system, alarm and clock system, communications and electronic system, elements attached to the building and all items indicated in the drawings designed y or specified by the Architect and his consultant. Other items, if designed and planned by the Architect, such as movable pieces of furniture, cabinets, covered walks, grottos, pools, landscaping and other items of similar nature are to be paid for separately by the Owner to the Architect. (Refer to UAP Doc 401: Owner-Architect Agreement)

RSG August 25, 2010 at 9:56 AM  

question is "...which include one of the following:"

which means the only item included as part of the Project Construction Cost is communications anhd electronics system.

Anonymous,  February 25, 2011 at 2:03 PM  

Oo nga RSG, pero sa tanong na to mali yung sagot mo, your answer is GROTTO, which should be the COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS.


Q.7) The Project Construction Cost referred to in the compensation of the Architect for his Regular Design Fee means the cost of the completed structure which include one of the following:

A. grottos (correct answer)
B. movable pieces of furniture
C. swimming pool
D. communications and electronic system (this should be the answer)
Explanation
Project Construction Cost, as referred, means the cost of the completed structure to the Owner including plumbing and electrical fixtures, mechanical equipment, elevators, escalators, air-conditioning system, automatic fire-sprinkler system, alarm and clock system, communications and electronic system, elements attached to the building and all items indicated in the drawings designed y or specified by the Architect and his consultant. Other items, if designed and planned by the Architect, such as movable pieces of furniture, cabinets, covered walks, grottos, pools, landscaping and other items of similar nature are to be paid for separately by the Owner to the Architect. (Refer to UAP Doc 401: Owner-Architect Agreement)

Anonymous,  April 22, 2012 at 9:44 PM  

For clarification:

Which does not comply with the conditions for foreign nationals to secure temporary/special permits.
A. a citizen of a country where Filipino architects are permitted to practice (correct answer)
B. legally qualified to practice in his country
C. working with a Filipino counterpart
D. many Filipino Architects have similar expertise and specialization (your answer)

Anonymous,  February 27, 2013 at 1:49 PM  

sir, kailan po susunod na board exam?

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