Borrow Study Materials for the ARE 4.0

Did you know you can borrow study materials for the Architect Registration Examination (ARE) from the AIABaltimore Chapter House? Borrowing study materials is free and materials can be checked out for a maximum of 2 weeks. Borrowers who do not return study materials on time will be charged full price for those materials.

This benefit extends to AIABaltimore members only.

Contact Zevi Thomas at zthomas@aiabalt.com or 410.625.2585 for more information.

Available Study Materials

BALLAST
  • Architecture Exam Review – BALLAST  (Not 4.0)
  • Building Systems
  • Building Design and Construction
  • Programing, Planning and Practice
  • Schematic Design
  • Schematic Design
  • Site Planning
ARCHIFLASH
  • 2 boxes of Flash Cards (seven divisions’ material)
KAPLAN Guides
  • Architectural history 2009
  • Architectural History
  • Architectural history (Not 4.0)
  • Architectural History 2010
  • Building Systems 2010
  • Building Systems (Q&A) 2009
  • Building Systems 2010
  • Building Design and Construction Systems 2009
  • Building Design and Material Methods – 2 copies
  • Building Program and Technology
  • Building Design and Construction System (Q&A) 2010
  • Building Design and Construction System study guide 2010
  • Construction Documents and Services 1 (Not 4.0) copy
  • Construction Documents and Services 2 (Not 4.0)
  • Construction Documents services 2010
  • Construction Documents and Services, 2012
  • General structures
  • Mechanical and Electrical systems
  • Pre Design 1 (not 4.0)
  • Pre design 2
  • Pre Design 1 (Not 4.0)
  • Pre design 2 (Not 4.0)
  • Programing, Planning and Practice 2009
  • Schematic Design 2009
  • Site Planning 2009
  • Site Planning 2010
  • Site Planning and Design 2009
  • Site Planning and Design (Q&A) 2010
  • Site Planning
  • Site Design
  • Site Planning 2009 (not 4.0)
  • Site Design
  • Structural systems Q&A, 2010
  • Structural Systems – Study Guide, 2009
Kaplan Flashcards
  • Building System s 2009
  • Construction Documents 2009
  • Construction Documents and Services, 2010
  • Construction Documents and Services, 2012
  • Programing, Planning and Practice, 2009
  • Site Planning and Design 2009
  • Site Planning and Design 2010
  • Structural System 2009
Kaplan AEC Education – Vignettes
  • 4.0 Building Systems, 2009 (2 copies)
  • 4.0 Building Design and Construction Systems, 2009
  • 4.0 Building Systems, 2010
  • 4.0 Construction Documents and Services, 2009 (2 copies)
  • 4.0 Construction Documents and Services, 2010
  • 4.0 Programming, Planning and Practice, 2010
  • 4.0 Programming, planning and practice, 2010
  • 4.0 Schematic Design, 2009 (3 copies)
  • 4.0 Site Planning and Design, 2009 (2 copies)
  • 4.0 Site planning and Design, 2010
  • 4.0 Structural Systems, 2009 (2 copies)
  • Building technology exam set 1 – 2004
  • ARE building Technology exam set 2 2004
Additional Materials
  • The American Institute of Architects, The Architect’s Handbook of Professional Practice (2003)
  • International Code Council, American National Standard: Accessible and Usable Buildings and Facilities (2003)
  • Building News, Inc., Construction Dictionary Illustrated (1997)
  • Building Owners And Managers Association International, The ADA Answer Book: Answers to the 146 Most Critical Questions About the Americans with Disabilities Act, Title III (1992)
  • Earnest Burden, Illustrated Dictionary of Architecture (1998)
  • Evan Terry Associates, P.C., Pocket Guide to the ADA (2007)
  • Fred A. Stitt, Ecological Design Handbook: Sustainable Strategies for Architecture, Land- scape Architecture, Interior Design, and Planning (1999)
  • Greg Winkler, Construction Administration for Architects (2009)
  • James Acret, National Construction Law Manual (1996)
  • James Acret, A Simplified Guide to Construction Law (1997)
  • James P. Cramer, How Firms Succeed: A Field Guide to Design Management (2004)
  • Michael A. Anthony, NEC Answers (1999)
  • Morton Newman, Design & Construction of Wood-Framed Buildings (1995)

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