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Thu, Jul 9, 2009 at 8:01:25 PM | Revit Associate Question -- this makes no sense

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Hello,

 

Tomorrow, I'll be taking the Revit Architecture 2009 Assessment Test (Associate). The test is 30 questions over 90 minutes, and just to see what kind of questions there'd be, I bought one of the practice exams (67 questions | $20).

 

One of the questions goes as follows:

 

              (#31) You can place dimensions between nonparallel model objects.        True or False.

 

I said 'True' but upon submitting my answers, it said I was wrong. Now, attached is a screenshot of how I placed a dimension between two nonparallel objects using an angular dimension.

 

This is not the only question where I can debate otherwise, so I would like to know what you think of this, and see if anybody has encountered similar questions.

The passrate is 74% which would be 23/30.

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Thu, Jul 9, 2009 at 8:15:44 PM | Revit Associate Question -- this makes no sense

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It's a poor question but as stated, the answer is false.  You dimension is not "between", it is an angular dimension.  You can dimension from corner to corner and some might consider that to be "between" but ....

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Thu, Jul 9, 2009 at 8:37:04 PM | Revit Associate Question -- this makes no sense

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I understand, but I could say the angle in between the two objects is X degrees, which is a dimension.

 

No wonder they give you three minutes for every question; you need time to debate and doubt every answer.

 

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