Autodesk Revit MCQs

Autodesk Revit MCQs

These Autodesk Revit multiple-choice questions and their answers will help you strengthen your grip on the subject of Autodesk Revit. You can prepare for an upcoming exam or job interview with these 70+ Autodesk Revit MCQs.
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1: How does Revit ensure that users are not working on the same object?

A.   It flags the object in the main file

B.   It merges the two objects when they are uploaded

C.   It references the central copy whenever a user starts working to see if another user is working on that same object.

D.   It alerts a supervisor

2: Detail level can be adjusted in 3d views using the:

A.   3D Settings Dialog

B.   Edit Family Button

C.   Parameters Dialog

D.   Detail button at the bottom of the window

3: When creating a family, in order to create openings, holes, etc. you must use:

A.   Extrude Tool

B.   Void Tool

C.   Cut Tool

D.   Opening Tool

E.   Sketch Tool

4: To break the connection between your file and the central file, you must...

A.   None of these

B.   All of these

C.   create new local

D.   save to central

E.   detach from central

5: How do you make custom holes and edges on walls?

A.   Hole tool

B.   In elevation view, you click Edit Profile and adjust the 2-dimensional lines that appear.

C.   Sketch on the wall with polylines

D.   Build window, resize, then delete window

6: The three main categories of Families are:

A.   Central, Linked and Workset

B.   None of the above

C.   Detail, Wall and Generic

D.   System, Component and In-Place

E.   Type, Editor and Parameter

7: What tool allows you to 3-dimensionally crop unwanted parts of the model?

A.   3D cutter tool

B.   Boundary Walls

C.   Section lines

D.   Section box

8: How do you add holes to existing floors?

A.   Sketch and use void tool

B.   Sketch polylines on surface and subtract extrude through

C.   Choose the hole tool, sketch the hole and click finish

D.   Edit Footprint, sketch the holes, and click finish

9: Which tool allows you to model a new object from scratch?

A.   Build new object

B.   Component -> Model in Place

C.   Mass tool

D.   Void Tool

10: What is one benefit to storing objects in the family hierarchy?

A.   They are automatically loaded into every subsequent project

B.   They keep everything in one file

C.   Families can be used in any modeling program

D.   Families can be imported into different projects

11: In order to update your individual working file with other individual's changes, which command must you do?

A.   Relinquish All

B.   Save to Central

C.   Open Worksets

D.   Close Worksets

E.   Save As New Local File

12: When creating families, rather than locking extrusion lines to other lines within the family, what should you align and lock them to?

A.   Reference Lines

B.   Construction Lines

C.   Model Lines

D.   Detail Lines

E.   Grid

13: After creating a dormer's roof and walls, how do you create the dormer opening?

A.   Select roof and choose auto hole creation

B.   Sketch shape and hit delete

C.   Select create dormer opening and define the outline of the dormer by clicking on the walls and roof

D.   Draw the shape in the roof and select void

14: If you have mutliple windows open, how can you easily snap them to all display on the screen at once?

A.   Resize manually

B.   View-> tile

C.   Drag the windows to the corner of the screen you want them to snap to

D.   Double click on each window

15: What is a first step in creating a roof?

A.   Use polylines to define the boundary

B.   Build celing below roof

C.   Delete all interfering geometry

16: General parameters of an object can be modified in the:

A.   3D view

B.   Parameters Menu

C.   Properties Dialog

D.   plan view

17: All views, plans, and elevations can be navigated in the:

A.   View Menu

B.   Preferences Dialog

C.   Window Browser

D.   Project Browser

18: Where can you set keyboard shortcuts?

A.   Edit -> Hotkeys

B.   View->User Interface-> Keyboard shortcuts

C.   Parameters -> Key bindings

D.   Tools -> Hot keys

19: How can you tell who is working in the central file?

A.   None of the above

B.   Save to central

C.   Worksharing Monitor

D.   All of the above

E.   Detach from central

20: To make very detailed changes to an object you must:

A.   Open the object's dialog

B.   Set the work plane on the object

C.   model onto the object

D.   Edit the objects's family

21: Correct implentation of the phasing feature allows you to...

A.   quickly edit object

B.   model various stages of a building's phases

C.   turn off the object's visibility

D.   share the project files

22: If you would like to align two walls that are parallel to one another, which command would you use?

A.   Trim

B.   Cut

C.   None of the above

D.   Wall Align

E.   Align

23: How can you quickly view inside a closed building without changing views?

A.   Choose split view on the bottom of the screen

B.   Hide the exterior walls

C.   Choose the temporarily delete button

D.   Paint the walls glass

24: How do you create a custom glazing pattern?

A.   It cannot be done.

B.   Create a wall and change it to the glazing type you want. Then create gridlines and add mullions.

C.   Using a pre-made pattern.

D.   Placing windows and editing them.

25: Parts and objects in Revit are categorized in hierarchial systems known as:

A.   Assemblies

B.   Families

C.   Blocks

D.   Systems

26: Which tool allows you to easily make many copies of an object in a row?

A.   Replicate

B.   Array

C.   Structure

D.   Copy

27: Which tool allows you to easily measure a room or floor's square footage?

A.   Edit Room tool

B.   New Floor Tool

C.   Area tool

D.   Measuring tape

28: Level markers are adjusted in which view?

A.   Rendering View

B.   Elevation

C.   Perspective View

D.   plan view

29: How do you switch between wireframe and solid 3d views?

A.   Choose the option in the Preferneces Dialog

B.   Toggle the option in the 3D Settings menu

C.   Choose the option in the Materials menu

D.   Toggle through the options in View type button at the bottom of the window

30: Where can you toggle the visibility of entire types of families?

A.   Visibility/ Graphics Dialog

B.   View Templates dialog

C.   View properties dialog

D.   Filters dialog

31: We have to buy new family elements (windows, doors, etc.) in the store to use it in our projects

A.   Wrong

B.   False

32: How do you copy elements between two projects in their Same place ?

A.   Link the Second Project into the First One, Select all the Elements you need to copy, the Paste in Place in the First Project

B.   Open Both Projects, Select the elements from first Project , Copy, and paste in place in the Second Project

C.   Use Transfer Project Standards

33: How do you cut a vertical hole for the elevator system on a building?

A.   Using the sketch mode for the slabs of the floor and ceiling plans

B.   It is done automatically when you place the elevator component

C.   By using the shaft openning

34: Revit is part of a paradigm in modeling known as BIM, which stands for:

A.   Building Information Modeling

B.   Building In Modern

C.   Bi-Informational Modeling

D.   Build Innovate Model

35: To specify which surface you are about to model on:

A.   Right Click on the Surface and select plane

B.   Insert Reference Plane

C.   Click on the surface

D.   Set the work plane

36: Which of the following are versions of Revit?

A.   All of these

B.   Autodesk Revit MEP

C.   Autodesk Revit Architecture

D.   Autodesk Revit Structure

37: Revit's solid modeling tools include:

A.   Extrusion

B.   All of these

C.   Revolve

D.   Sweep

38: How do you easliy adjust column positions with column grid lines?

A.   Revit automatically attaches columns to grids when you build the column on the grid

B.   Select the columns and hit the arrow keys

C.   select the grid line, hold tab and move the columns with the arrow keys

D.   Select both the grid and columns and click move

39: To create section perspective views, which of the following is used?

A.   Walkthrough view with a clip boundary.

B.   Perspective view.

C.   Camera View.

D.   3D View.

E.   Section box.

40: What tools can be used to quickly build generic geometry?

A.   Mass and Void tools

B.   Universal modeling extruder

C.   Generic Geometry tools

D.   Wall and floor tools

41: How do you export your model's geometry, cameras, and lighting to 3D Studio Max?

A.   Export .rvt

B.   Export .rft

C.   Export fbx

D.   Export each element independently

42: What type of line is visible only in the view it was drawn in?

A.   Polyline

B.   Detail Line

C.   Model Line

D.   Hidden Line

43: How do you quickly add trim to walls in 3d views?

A.   Model sweep tool

B.   Fascia tool

C.   Extrude along path

D.   Use the wall sweep tool

44: When a project is shared what are the revit files called that each user works on?

A.   Local Copy

B.   User File

C.   Central Copy

D.   Beta File

45: What is the shortcut for a wall?

A.   control + w

B.   wa

C.   wl

D.   ctrl + w

46: We can not change drawing space (background) from white to black (like in AutoCAD)

A.   True

B.   False

47: How do you attach the walls to your newly created roof?

A.   Manually bring wall to roof and it will attach

B.   Select all walls and click attach to roof

C.   Select roof, click attach walls

D.   Select join tool then click on both the roof and wall

48: How would you add single images to the surface of your wall?

A.   Insert jpeg tool

B.   Add decal tool

C.   Crop tool

D.   Add image tool

49: A central file cannot be created without?

A.   All of the above

B.   None of the above

C.   Linked files

D.   Archived files

E.   Worksets enabled

50: How are ceilings and floors modeled in revit?

A.   Automatically when the rooms are closed

B.   They are modeled manually and specified as celings or floors

C.   They are inserted as families after a room is defined

D.   They are generated from 2d lines sketched in the appropriate work plane