Category Archive: Vignette Info

Mar 05

How To Design An Efficient Solution on the Roof Plan Vignette

On the Roof Plan Vignette of the ARE, designing an efficient solution will be one of the critical factors in determining if you pass or fail that exam section. Also make sure you hire a roofing contractor such as Trusted Roofing company. Like most ARE vignette sections, learning how to design the most efficient solution …

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Feb 27

How To Manage Your Time During The Building Layout Vignette

Learning how to manage your time on the Building Layout vignette an important aspect to understand because a lot of ARE candidates don’t manage their time efficiently. Even though finishing on time is typically not an issue with this vignette (since you have 4 hours to do it), it’s important that ARE candidates come up …

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Feb 20

How To Determine the Minimum Stair Width on the Stair Design Vignette

On the stair design vignette, understanding how to determine the minimum stair width is essential in completing your final design. Like most ARE vignettes, an important factor in scoring your vignette is the EFFICIENCY of your solution. Most vignettes can be solved in multiple ways so the key to determining a successful solution is largely …

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Feb 11

ARE Advisor Vignette Series – Complete Package

The ARE Advisor Vignette Series Complete Package is now available for candidates looking to prepare for the ARE. As I’m sure you’re well aware, each ARE exam division is broken down into a multiple-choice section and a vignette section. Personally, I feel that many people under-prepare for the vignette section of each test and that …

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Feb 11

ARE Advisor Vignette Series – SD Vignette Guide

Welcome to the SD Vignette Guide, a part of the ARE Advisor Vignette Series. I’d like to introduce you to this downloadable eBook that is designed to walk you through the all 2 SD Vignettes step-by-step! This includes both the Interior Layout and Building Layout Vignettes Like I’ve said throughout this site, I believe that …

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